Artist Jennifer Hall draws you into her musical landscape with no reservation, where emotions run high and vulnerability reigns. Commonly identified as a vocal powerhouse, Jennifer masterfully brings to life the most raw and exposed of emotions. Following her 2015 release, Jennifer would quickly become a fixture in the Chicago music scene playing notable venues like The Metro, Lincoln Hall, and Schubas, garnering recognition from The Chicago Reader, WBEZ, Chirp Radio, The Chicago Tribune, and other outlets. In the beginning of Hall’s live career, she performed in support of artists like Vulfpeck, The Lumineers, Matthew Santos, and Theo Katzman. She toured for 4 years, playing 31 states, reaching as far as Hawaii. Hall toured as direct support for Little Hurricane. Hall has played Summerfest, South By Southwest, Mission Creek Festival, and Do Division Festival, and has played on WGN TV, WCIU, and Fox News Chicago. Hall has shared her vocal talents with fans of the Chicago Cubs, White Sox, and Chicago Fire performing the National Anthem in iconic spaces like Wrigley Field and Soldier Field. For many years, Hall has been part of the star studded line up of musicians to play 'Hot Stove Cool Music’, an annual charity concert at The Metro, singing alongside Eddie Vedder, Tom Morello, and Cheap Trick. By 2018 Jennifer had reached major career milestones like getting surpassing 1 million Spotify plays and 100,000 touring miles . Jennifer re-emerged in 2019 with her cinematic single 'In The Water’, boasting Hall’s soaring vocals, and energetic production from Producer Noam Wallenberg. Shortly thereafter, Following a universally difficult 2020, Jennifer debuted her booming single ’SFA’, featuring infectious hooks, hypnotic vocals, and skillfully crafted indie pop production from Wallenberg. Days within the release, ‘SFA’ would make it's AAA Radio debut on 93 WXRT, and Jennifer would be named Big Beat Artist Of The Week. ‘SFA’ received media support from influential outlets like Chirp Radio, Quip Magazine, Tinnitist, and WGN TV. Delivering on Hall’s promise of additional 2021 releases, she debuted her meditative single 'Why Cut Time’, diving deeper into personal reflection on mortality, and exploring themes like social justice. "Wrapped up in it’s nostalgic pop vibes, ‘Why Cut Time’ rests on a message of embracing the precious moments you have” says Week In Pop. Why Cut Time has received media support from 93 WXRT, Mundane Magazine, and Femm Music. At the close of 2021, Hall returned to the live stage, playing Chicago hotspot Sleeping Village, debuting new work and marking the return of Hall's captivating live performance. Belonging Forever, Jennifer's first release of 2022, flies high, featuring Jennifer's impassioned yet controlled vocals and Wallenberg's artful and emotive production, crafted with a twinge of nostalgia. The Chicago Tribune’s Britt Julious writes "In this richly drawn slice of synth pop, Hall leans into the gratitude of an art that is intangible, but still monumental.". Belonging Forever is called a "simmering synth studded symphony dedicated to the power of creativity and the mesmerizing properties of music" by Week In Pop. Belonging Forever has received media support from The Chicago Tribune, Chirp Radio, The Deli Magazine, and 93 WXRT, making it's AAA Radio debut the week of it’s release. This latest release serves as an indicator that Hall is moving full steam ahead, pushing stylistic and lyrical boundaries. Hall reveals that an upcoming EP is being recorded, and is slated for 2022 release. Upcoming performances include live support for Ezra Furman at Thalia Hall, and UMS Festival in Denver. Jennifer aims to harness her musical forces for good, to remind us that we are never alone in our most intimate of insecurities and personal struggles, and that sharing them in brutal honesty can keep us all connected.
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