Country music artist and Louisville native, Jeni Carr and her band TwangTown will be ROCKIN' the main stage on the Waterfront for this year’s Kentucky Derby Festival Chow Wagon in the prime 8:00 pm to midnight slot on Saturday, April 28.
Jeni’s music has reached a new level of passion, and her sultry, soulful sounds are reaching into the hearts of people everywhere. With real words about life and a ‘truth be known’ attitude, her fiery smile becomes contagious and her ‘listen to me’ vocals seem to warm you from the inside out. Her LIVE shows consist of an intensely seasoned performance and a consuming energy that captures a wide variety of fans.
Jeni’s self-titled national debut album is ten original works filled with passion, grit and soul that is reminiscent of the foundations of country music and elements of the future of the genre. This album was produced by the widely respected GRAMMY Award-winning producer Don Johnson. Nine of the pieces were penned by Jeni herself, while the first single to be released from the album, “Don’t Throw that Dog a Bone,” was written by multiple GRAMMY Award-winning songwriter Frank Myers and 25 million song-seller Bernie Nelson.
Jeni's album is being nationally released May 22, 2012 and is available online now for pre-order and immediate digital download at: www.JeniCarr.com
Come ready to get your Jeni Carr gear at the show! There has even been a rumor going around that there may be some of the CD's available, even though it hasn't been released yet....all I'm saying is, keep your eyes peeled and your wallets handy...shhhh...don't tell anyone I told ya...
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