About Jenny Witham
Jenny began her musical endeavors at the tender age of three, performing her first live show in her hometown church. From that moment on, she knew what she was destined to do.
“I’ve always loved to be in front of an audience”, says Jenny. “Getting me to sing has never been any trouble. It’s getting me to stop after I get started that can sometimes be difficult.
Since her debut at the age of three, Jenny has performed at many types of venues and for audiences of all age groups, including the Ernest Tubb’s Midnight Jamboree at the world famous Texas Troubadour Theatre in Nashville. The show was broadcast live to millions of listeners throughout the United States and Canada via radio station WSM, founder of the Grand Ole Opry. Jenny performed a stirring rendition of the Patsy Cline classic “Crazy”, wowing the crowd and receiving a standing ovation.
Jenny recently recorded some of her original music at the prestigious Oceanway Studios and Tracking Room Studio on Music Row, and has worked with such industry legends as Bil Vorndick, Chuck Ainlay, J.T. Corenflos, John Willis, Mike Brignardello, Steve Brewster, Stuart Duncan, Eric Darken, and Chip Davis.
Jenny’s potential is unlimited. Her music is a beautiful mix of the classic country she holds dear to her heart, and the pop-inspired country of modern day. With her model good looks, charismatic personality, and incomparable vocal stylings, she has magnetic appeal to audiences of all ages.
Jenny currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee and continues to pursue her musical career.