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Jennifer Springer123

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The best kept secret in music

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Discography

2003 - Jennifer Springer (demo)
All lead vocals are performed, recorded, mixed and produced by Jennifer.

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Bio

Jennifer Springer didn’t hear the tornado snaking its way up the river behind her. The formerly shy skater-chick wannabe turned paper pushing puppy poop scooper (otherwise known as a Veterinary Office Manager) barely had time to get herself and her dog into the closet; in seconds the storm dumped half of the neighbor’s single story home on top of her kitchen and dining room. Crouching in the closet as bits of roof and drywall shot shrapnel-like through the back windows of the house, Jennifer made a decision to listen to her friends and family and pursue her passion to sing.

A late bloomer, at least according to music industry standards, the depth of maturity heard in Jennifer’s voice isn’t what most expect to hear from this 28-year-old who actually looks more like she’s 19. Born and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Jennifer sang for the first time, publicly that is, during the worship services at her family’s church. “She’s got the voice of an angel” is what you may have heard from other church members that witnessed her singing. She has made leaps and bounds in her career ever since.

Jennifer began singing acoustic folk songs at local coffeehouse open mic nights. Her first and second open mic night experiences brought offers to work with Mimi Burns, former Road Manager for the band Train as well as invitations to sing full gigs at the coffeehouses. Not knowing quite what she wanted at that time and only having six songs in her “professional” repertoire, Jennifer kept working to develop her sound and build her song collection before accepting any paid public performances. “I’ve kind of skipped a few steps along the way,” said Jennifer. “My first high paying performance came only after doing two not so high paying gigs. There has been a lot of pressure and excitement all at the same time. Not having the experience I would have liked to have had under my belt, I was forced to do a lot in a short amount of time. I’ve learned a lot in the process.”

Jennifer has definitely come a long way in such a brief period. Having one of those classic voices…some say a cross between Eva Cassidy and Karen Carpenter…this is only the beginning of the beginning for her. With her down-to-earth character, a deep desire to relate with her listeners and a timeless song collection, we can expect to hear Jennifer’s music for years to come. Whether performing an old jazz standard or an acoustic folk song, Jennifer’s warm, expressive voice will continue to create an emotional connection with her audience.