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Jennifer’s new album Set Me Free is out now on Righteous Babe Records. Stream the title track, “Why Wait,” “Neosho,” and “So Happy.”

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Inside Out Faith is Jennifer’s advocacy foundation for LGBT people of faith. An IOF event involves storytelling, music and audience interaction.

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As always, it’s your enduring enthusiasm that has kept me going all these years. So why not celebrate it from the beginning by performing the entire Kansas record? After so many requests, I’ve taken the plunge. So tomorrow, August 20, it’s on! Join me for an online Kansas concert August 20 at 8pm CDT! Many have you have been requesting these songs at recent concerts and I’ve shied away, simply because I didn’t have the confidence that I could even [...]

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Woohoo! I'm coming to California this weekend! It's been a while, so I'm super stoked to be back! And here's a little JK trivia for ya… LA's Hotel Cafe was the very first venue I played after my hiatus. My knees were shaking so bad, I swear I sounded like a bleating goat! I was so nervous. I was convinced I'd bomb. But as we know, everything turned out fabulous and now, I'm back to my old tricks. No nervous [...]

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In further news, I’m heading west to California, Texas, Washington and Oregon! There are limited seats in many of the venues, so make sure and grab tickets while you can. Until then, here’s a live performance of “Neosho” for you to whet your whistle!

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Tomorrow I’ll be doing something I honestly never imagined likely or possible. I’ll be performing during CMA week here in Nashville alongside some of the most talented and very “out” artists the South has ever seen at the Concert for Love and Acceptance. Country music veteran Ty Herndon and GLAAD are hosting one of the most visible shows of support for the LGBTQ community during one of the most publicized weeks of the year here in The ‘Ville and it’s [...]

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I never saw B.B. King perform live or ever met him in person, yet I carry with me a lesson that he taught me many years ago. 15 years back, I was both freaked out and flattered, stepping out of my car onto the red carpet and into the press gauntlet for that year’s Grammys. As strange, wonderful and rare such experiences are for we “less grand” artists, it was a moment that crept into my confidence and left me [...]

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