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Pop: Piano Moods: Solo Female Artist Moods: Featuring Piano Easy Listening: Adult contemporary Pop: Pop/Rock

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Netherlands United States - Illinois

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Jennifer Lynn

After a successful run on "The Voice Of Holland Season 4" Jennifer Lynn's much anticipated new album, "6 Degrees" is now available. It was made possible through Crowd Funding, thanks to her fans.

Jennifer has been performing music since she could reach the keys on a piano. Since early childhood, she has been writing and performing her own material. Jennifer’s musical abilities extend to the guitar, bass, harmonica and drums, in addition to her foundation, the piano.

Learning only by ear has always given her flexibility to try many different genres and musical instruments. Her dynamic vocal range makes singing a variety of musical styles practically effortless. Jennifer Lynn is truly a one of a kind performer. See for yourself here: Jennifer Lynn’s YouTube Channel

Listeners agree: Jennifer Lynn’s raw emotion and artistry set her apart from any other female singer/songwriter on the scene. She has captivated all kinds of audiences with her soulful crooning and powerful performances. Her style takes you from the beautiful crystalline sound of Sarah McLachlan, to the punch rawness of Sheryl Crow and powerhouse belting of Adele.

Originating from Chicago, Jennifer Lynn took her musical career from coast to coast in the United States and recorded her last album in Nashville. Having been offered a musical internship in the Netherlands, she found a new source of inspiration and appreciation for the Dutch lifestyle. She has called the Netherlands “home” ever since. Performing on a regular basis throughout the Netherlands, Jennifer Lynn has become a frequent performer for Dutch royalty.

At a striking 6 feet tall, Jennifer Lynn’s breathtaking vocals and commanding stage presence make it impossible to overlook this up-and-coming talent.