Jennifer Berezan is a unique blend of singer/songwriter, teacher, and activist. Over the course of eight albums, she has developed and explored recurring themes with a rare wisdom. Her lifelong involvement in environmental, women’s, and other justice movements as well as an interest in Buddhism and earth based spirituality are central to her writing.
Her intense and personal approach to music as a transforming experience and her evocative vocals and guitar work have brought her strong rapport with audiences from small clubs to large festivals throughout North America and Europe.
Her 1988 debut album In the Eye of The Storm laid the groundwork for what has since become music in a style that then had no label but today is part of "Americana". The more rock oriented Borderlines was nominated for a 1993 NAIRD award (the Grammy of the independent record industry).
"Borderlines" was gorgeously produced by Mike Marshall. Includes renowned guest musicians Todd Philips, Linda Tillery, Chris Webster, Sally Van Meter, John R. Burr and Norton Buffalo.
Borderlines dissolves in the sweet fluid lilt of Jennifer Berezan's voice and the quick graceful craft of their songwriting. The recording sparkles with sharp instrumental accompaniment and original imagery... it overflows with compassion." -- Derk Richardson, San Francisco Bay Guardian
Raised in the Prairies of Canada, the transformative power of nature is also at the heart of her work.