Jennifer's songwriting and captivating vocals are central to Merry-Go-Round on which she plays lever harps and her beloved Gibson LG1. Released in the summer of 2011, the album received excellent reviews and national airplay, and an invitation to BBC Radio 2 for a live session with the legendary Bob Harris.
Jennifer's first solo album 'A Few Small Things' was described by fRoots as 'one of those records that repeatedly delights and captivates'. Guests included friends like Clive Gregson and Miranda Sykes from Show of Hands (who previously toured with Jennifer as a duo) and featured a collection of original songs that according to Musician "will touch a nerve with many a soul and certifies Jennifer's status as a talent with a white light future".
A former BBC Young Tradition Award Finalist, Jennifer is an acknowledged virtuoso of the lever harp and no stranger to Peter Gabriel's Real World Studios recording on "Gifted Women of the World" and for international stars like Susanna Baca, Joji Hirota and Mercury Award winner Susheela Raman. As well as playing on numerous CD's, she has gained live work as varied as the English National Opera, to the dance/folk fusion of festival favourites Elephant Talk. In 2009 she was invited to join Eddi Reader on stage at the Cambridge Folk Festival and two weeks later her inventive harp playing caught the attention of Snow Patrol who asked her to join the band on electric harp and backing vocals throughout their "Reworked" tour.
Tune in again to BalconyTV//