Jennifer Terran

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Jennifer Terran is an American singer-songwriter and pianist.

Career[edit]

Terran plays the piano and sings on her records, often leading to her being compared to Tori Amos. She is also, however, a hip hop dance instructor, as well as a producer, having established her own music label, Grizelda Records, on which she has produced five solo albums: Cruel, Rabbit, The Musician, Live from Painted Cave and Full Moon in 3. In October 2012 she released her album Born from the Womb of Silence.

Acclaim[edit]

In 2002 the Sunday Times selected her album The Musician as its second best album of the year.

In December 2007, Terran's recording of Que Sera Sera featured in a commercial for Dell's XPS computer, accompanied by exploding monitors and wrecking balls.

Personal life[edit]

Her childhood spent in Los Angeles, California was infused with music and musical influences. Her father, trumpeter Tony Terran, was a successful session musician in Los Angeles.

Discography[edit]

Albums and Release Dates[1]
Title Release Date
Cruel

January, 1997

Rabbit

January, 1998

The Musician

January, 2001

Live From Painted Cave

January, 2004

Full Moon In 3

January, 2006

Born From The Womb Of Silence

October, 2012

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jennifer Terran". bandcamp. Retrieved May 31, 2014.