Songbird

Jenna Laurise

Jenna's third album release contains 13 original pop/EDM songs. Her music is described as pop for the soul.

All compositions written by Jenna Laurise and published through Songbird Creations (BMI) ©2018

Additional Writing and Production Credits: Jan Baars: Music Production & Mixing on all tracks (except 4, 8, & 9); Mixing for Home; Mastering for tracks 3, 5, 6, 10, 11, & 13; Co- writer for Pocket Full of Love and Close the Door Vince Constantino: Co-writer, strings, guitar, and mixing for A Better Person; Co-writer and music production for Nemesis Skribl: Co-writer & music production for Home; Co-writer for Nemesis Nitanee Paris: Co-writer for Waves & Stand Up Mark Dorflinger: Music Production for Stand Up Diamondisc Audio: Mastering for Waves, You Are Enough, & A Better Person Brit Fox Studio: Mixing & mastering for Home; Mastering for Close the Door

Photography & Album Art by Sarah Fischer © 2018

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You Are Enough (Anyone Else's Love)

Jenna Laurise

An inspirational song about learning to love and accept yourself whether you have anyone's else love or not.

Music critic Raj Manoharan calls her vocals "angelic" and "cherubic." Eliot Riis from 303 Magazine says of her voice: "Hearing her sing, I can see that she brings a class that is worlds above a DJ spinning standard radio hits, which makes Laurise- her clean voice, its strength firmly feminine- all the more impressive, and what she offers, all the more rare." (March 2010 Issue)

Music production by Jan Baars (Nixboi)

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Waves

Jenna Laurise

An inspirational Pop/EDM song about dealing with loss and heartache.

Music critic Raj Manoharan calls Jenna Laurise's vocals "angelic" and "cherubic." Eliot Riis from 303 Magazine says of her voice: "Hearing her sing, I can see that she brings a class that is worlds above a DJ spinning standard radio hits, which makes Laurise- her clean voice, its strength firmly feminine- all the more impressive, and what she offers, all the more rare."

Producer: Jan Baars (The Netherlands) Album artwork by Skribl

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Coming Home

Jenna Laurise

Take the sweetness of Sara Bareilles, the richness of Etta James, the rock of Pink, and the quirkiness of Ingrid Michaelson and you have the perfect combination of singing and music that will move you emotionally through each song that Jenna sings.

Musicians: Jenna Laurise: Vocals, songwriting, and piano

Neil Zimmerman & TTFFO Studios: Producer, arranger, guitarist, bassist, and percussion on all tracks except Wrong Guy,
Defying the Odds, and Coming Home (acoustic)

Christopher J. Bloom: Production of vocals on Letting Go, full production on Defying the Odds & Coming Home (acoustic)

Wrong Guy Musicians: Reggie Berg (Piano), Steve Kenny Martinez (Bass), Bill Kerr (Guitar), George Horn (Drums). Recorded at FTM Studios, Denver (sound engineer & mixer- Steve Sunberg).

She'd like to give special thanks to her main producer Neil Zimmerman for all the hard work he put into this and also to Christopher J. Bloom who produced Defying the Odds and Coming Home (acoustic).

Music critic Raj Manoharan calls her vocals "angelic" and "cherubic." Eliot Riis from 303 Magazine says of her voice: "Hearing her sing, I can see that she brings a class that is worlds above a DJ spinning standard radio hits, which makes Ehrle- her clean voice, its strength firmly feminine- all the more impressive, and what she offers, all the more rare." (March 2010 Issue, 303 Magazine)

Jenna Laurise was instilled with a passion for singing and performing from a very young age. She began performing professionally at age twelve and has graced stages all over the United States, including working for Disneyland. She was inspired from a young age by her father, who played guitar and sang. He taught her how to sing and harmonize in three-part harmony, along with her younger sister Rachel. His life was cut short at a fairly young age, and now part of her journey is to continue his musical tale.

Coming Home is an album that is dear to her heart because it reflects on deeper issues of love, loss, relationships, and life. It's about coming back to who you really are inside and being true to yourself. It's about coming back to your roots.

She'd like to dedicate this album to those that are closest to her: her husband Eric, sons Cameron & Connor, mom Sherry, dads Rob & Tom, sister Rachel, and most of all God.

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