Jenn and the Tonics

Jenn and the Tonics


Jenn and the Tonics is led by the bluesy, dynamic vocals and creative songwriting of Virginia’s Jenn Stofferahn. A super high-energy stage show packed with original music - from wailing soul, to sultry jazz and grinding rock and blues - every concert is a fresh and exciting audience experience.


When local blues, jazz and rock singer Jenn Stofferahn returned to Virginia after years making music in post-Katrina New Orleans, she met some talented hometown musicians who were looking for a new challenge. They wanted to explore lots of musical genres, while creating unforgettable stage performances. Together they launched Jenn and the Tonics, bringing a high-energy show to clubs, parties and events all over Northern Virginia and the DC area.

The band loves to have fun on stage and has built a loyal following of blues and dance fans. Rooted in Jenn's songwriting, vocal chops and stage presence, the band combines influences ranging from the blues women of the 1930s to modern trailblazers, delivering a unique style that goes anywhere Jenn's vocals can go.


Independent artist!

Set List

Jenn and the Tonics plays to a variety of crowds and venues and tailors each set list. We have a wide selection of classic and modern blues material, including original songs, and we do soul, jazz, and even alternative country.

Concerts can range from one hour to four hours. Individual sets last about 1 hour with 15 minute breaks between multiple sets.

Sample cover songs from our repertoire:
• All of Me – Billie Holiday
• Before You Accuse Me – Eric Clapton
• Cold Feet – Shemekia Copeland
• Goin’ Down – Freddie King
• Got My Mojo Workin’ – Muddy Waters
• Heard It Through the Grapevine – Marvin Gaye
• I Can’t Get Next to You - Temptations
• I Feel Good – James Brown
• I Got Loaded – Robert Cray
• It Hurts Me Too – Eric Clapton
• Let Me Love You Baby – Buddy Guy
• Love Me Like a Man – Bonnie Raitt
• Me and Bobby McGee – Janis Joplin
• Midnight Hour – Wilson Pickett
• Mood Indigo – Duke Ellington
• Movin’ On – Gary Moore
• Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out