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Baa Baa Blue Sheep
  • Artist: Jennifer Marriott
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 796873020084
  • Item #: SRD302008
  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2/12/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Baa Baa Blue Sheep on CD

With a voice described as being 'as soft as a sultry summer breeze ' to 'a velvet gritty growl', Jennifer's music takes the genres of acoustic alternative folk, jazz, blues and rock and artfully blends them to create a truly unique sound. Having played extensively in Canada and the US along with an independent CD played on radio stations worldwide, her music has captivated listeners of all ages with her refreshing take on story telling. Odd Sheep Out is: Jennifer Marriott- Vocals, guitar Pete Marriott - Guitar, vocals Mark Klaassen - Bass Matt Martin - Drums Mike Peace - Harp Steve Elmore - Piano, organ 'Singer, songwriter and guitarist Jennifer Marriott puts a fresh face on folk with torchy vocals and an eclectic mix of musical styles...' -The Message - Rutland, VT 'Jennifer was a treat to watch with vocals reminiscent of a young Rickie Lee Jones.' -Brad Harwood - London Blues Society '..she loves telling a good story in her music, she gives the story energy and the audience feeds it back to her....' -Renny Severance - Fort Myers Life Magazine 'Jennifer can seduce into relaxation with the words of her songs, then her soft melodic voice can take on a Janice Joplin growl, or a downtown rhythm and blues wail setting the stage alive..' -David Evanston - Fort Myers Life Magazine 'With her husky, dusky voice, Jennifer Marriott gives a distinctive soulfulness that is infinitely easy to hear' -Elizabeth Wendt-Kellar - Naples Daily News.