Los Angeles pop songstress Jenni Alpert is a powerful sultry voice who's honest rich songwriting and soothing musical melodies that has gained the respect of fans and music tastemakers worldwide. Since graduating UCLA as the first vocalist to complete Kenny Burrell's four year music program, Jenni Alpert has independently toured the US and internationally in over 14 countries with regularity in the UK (England, Ireland, Scotland), France, The Netherlands, Italy, and Australia. Her music has been featured in Castle (ABC), Lipstick Jungle (NBC), CSI Miami (CBS), The Real World (MTV), 16 and Pregnant (MTV), The Messengers (CBS), and heard on PBS, Sirius XM Radio, Channel 22 Mix, and Pandora.
Live, she has supported Loudon Wainwright III, Jon Allen, Kaki King, and has shared stages with college friend Sara Bareilles and Regina Spektor among other familiar voices. Her most recent release 'Underneath the Surface' produced by Brad Smith (Blind Melon) features an ensemble of musicians who have worked with legends such as Stevie Nicks, Jane’s Addiction, Alanis Morisette and John Mayer. Jenni recently completed a West Coast Tour in the United States called Blood Driven performing at Blood Drives, Blood Centers, and children's hospitals by day and local venues by night reaching over 8000 people in person and virally covering 5000 miles in a two week period to encourage more people to donate blood to save a life. She was just chosen to be a spokesperson / performing artist for America's Blood Centers new Speakers Bureau program 'Conversations About Life'.
Jenni’s music has recently been featured on AOL Music, iHeart Radio’s New Discover and Uncover, Pandora and can be purchased from itunes, Amazon MP3 and CD Baby. Currently she is gearing up to release her new album produced by Mikal Blue (Colbie Caillat, Five for Fighting).
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