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Jenni Dale Lord / Press

“The first thing that is really striking to me about this album is the voice that is featured on it. Jenni’s voice is that of a strong woman and even though she is often singing sweetly, it doesn’t play like what you might call a “girl song”. That is, I’m sad to say, a rare thing to hear these days. She sounds powerful. This kind of performance is unique and there is no “girl song” feel undermining the album. This is a straight songwriting album, as far as I can tell. The lyrics are fun and well put together. They flow nicely and make for easy and positively charged listening. As the hippies might say, this record has “good vibes”.”

“Lubbock native, and one time Austin resident Jenni Dale Lord has a lot of things going for her, vocal versatility, dare-you-not-to-dance rhythm guitar, seamless transitions through all the sub-genres that make up Americana music with a uniqueness that always reminds you that you are listening to a Jenni Dale Lord song. What might strike you most of all, however is an ability to turn a phrase that alternately makes you laugh or sigh or feel a slight piercing in your heart but always makes you want to listen again.”

“My QMH show for April will be a four-hour visit to recent Country Music released by LGBT artists, but I just cannot wait to share this artist with you. I think the new album by Jenni Dale Lord is outstanding. She recently moved back to Lubbock, Texas, after ten years in Austin, which makes me a bit sad, as now it will be much harder to get a chance to see her perform live. But the album I hope will travel far. It’s beautifully written, sung and produced throughout…you’ll find no “filler” on this CD, and I’m hard pressed to pick favorites.”

“Folks, it’s only two weeks until Jenni Dale Lord performs her much-anticipated house concert … And you don’t want to find yourself saying, “Wow, I could have seen her right before she hit it big!” Because, trust me, she IS going places, and fast … I was listening to her CD, and I was thinking how “Willie” has “monster hit” written all over it. It’s catchy, clever, and there’s not a wasted word or note in the whole song.”

“There is an element of pure country in Jenni Dale’s music, but her songwriting and performances are an amalgam of country, rock, blues, folk, and more, making her style unique and all her own.”