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Jenna Ellefson and her Sweet Band

Jenna Ellefson and her Sweet Band

Folk / Americana / Singer/Songwriter Portland, OR  US


  • 2015

    Aug 12

    Portland, OR, US | 7:00pm
  • 2015

    Mar 19

    Portland, OR, US | 8:00pm
  • 2015

    Feb 21

    Bend, OR, US | 9:00pm

    9pm - Jenna Ellefson & Her Sweet Band 10pm - The Beautiful Train Wrecks 11pm - Wilderness

  • 2015

    Feb 20

    Hood River, OR, US | 8:00pm

    10pm - Jenna Ellefson & Her Sweet Band 11pm - Kelly Brightwell 12am - The Beautiful Train Wrecks

  • 2014

    Aug 2

    Portland, OR, US | 8:00pm

    With Special Guests every month!


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  • Sirens Harbor (Artist)
    Sirens Harbor
    Wonderful voice and great songs.
  • Valenteen (Artist)
    Gorgeous music! ~Valenteen. X
  • Stephanie Lee (Artist)
    Stephanie Lee
    Listening to your music now. It may have some of the most beautiful banjo I've ever heard! :) You're really good and your voice is gorgeous too!!!
  • Naomi Psalm (Artist)
    Naomi Psalm
    I love your soft vocals, and banjo playing.
  • AFTER WE FELL (Artist)
    Loved the tracks,great work ! Hope you'll drop by and check out our tracks too. Greetings from India :)
  • Still inlimbo (Artist)
    Still inlimbo
    Great songs , much love and respect.....



Sounds Like: Jewel, Taylor Swift, Nickel Creek - Official, TheBeGoodTanyas, Ruth Moody

Bio: Jenna grew up in lush Oregon, beside waterfalls, amid tall trees and foxgloves. For a time she went to live beneath Colorado's breathtaking peaks and among dear friends in generous Montana's giving, varied, and beautiful country.

She laughed and dreamed under stars a...See Full Bio

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"With her newest EP, Blue Night Yellow Day, as her witness, folkstress Jenna Ellefson has proven she can turn even the hardest souls into pure putty. The Portlander’s chalky voice, coupled with delicate and minimalistic folkscapes, makes for quite the serenade. While stark, the sound echoes Ellefson’s Western upbringing, gently bubbling with a woodsy sense of enchantment and wonder."

— Willamette Week

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