Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Most recent release, Blurry Edges (2011); released The Diving Bells (with Kathy Ziegler as The Diving Bells, 2012)
Jennie Stearns's site ("under construction" as of 4/17)
Own, occasional co-writing, occasional covers
There's a real Neil Young feel about Jennie Stearns's overall sound. Stripped-down, and lilting, folk with a country tinge. Jennie Stearns has a similar raspy/scratchy voice and tone. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended first album:
Sing Desire is the only one we've heard so far
Recommended for indiefolk fans
Jennie Stearns—vocals, acoustic guitar, guitar
Chad Crumm—upright bass (looped), electric guitars, synthsizer, ambience, spinet organ, electric bass, piano, shaker, fiddles, acoustic guitar, drum programming
Chad Crumm & Jennie Stearns
This is mostly a collection of songs that sounds as though they were written and sung by Neil Young's twin sister. They're pretty acoustic and moody. My favorite track is the first "You Save Me" which has an extremely catchy tune, interesting beats, and particularly yearning vocals. (email@example.com)
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