Oh, yeah, you know what time it is… SPRING!
OK, maybe I’m a little ahead of Punxsutawney Phil, but forget him… it’s the yellow daffodils that truly catapult my spirit into spring! They’re on their way, I can feel it!
Yellow daffodils are my favorite flower because they remind me that the drudgery of winter hibernation is over. Even with the occasional cold snap that may be still to come, their vibrant color energizes me! If they’re popping up in yards in my neighborhood, it means the wild ones are popping up along the highways of America. I start getting restless. I wanna to get out on the road and start doing some shows.
I very much enjoyed my winter break. I got to do some family catch up, spend some time at home and even got chilled out enough to do some songwriting!
Spring means new things, so keep your eyes peeled and a few dates free in your busy schedules. I’d love to catch up with you!
March starts the touring season, with a few dates in Florida (finally!). I’ll head back up to the Northeast and hit the Mid-South… and that’s just what I know of now.
So, keep your ear to the ground, because there are also going to be online shows as well. In April I’ll be showcasing some new songs in an online mini-concert series from Concert Window called “New Beginnings.” I’ll break out some absolutely new songs and am toying with playing a few cover tunes along side them. I’ll most likely dive into how I approach songwriting and what inspires me along the way… I’m really looking forward to this one!
See ya there!
Hi Jennifer – I have been a fan for a long, long time. Your music got me through a very tough time in my life. I am so excited to see you tomorrow at Wills Pub in Orlando.
I am surprising my girlfriend with your April 16th show in Ga! You were the reason she started playing her Taylor Guitar.
Just thought I would share..
– Jozie 🙂
i’m really pumped for you and excited to see what the year brings and to hear your new tunes!
your music started me on my own musical journey years ago (your songs were literally my first ones to learn on the guitar way back when.. ha! smh..). i am thrilled to know you’re back at it and creating and sharing your art.
spring has sprung and the next book begins.. keep on keepin’ on. -gj
I’m really happy to re-discover you. Our lives have taken similar paths. Thank you for your courage and for sharing your gifts and talents. God bless.