Four-Time National Songwriting Award Winner Jennifer Spector is back to making music as a solo artist! Her quirky style is anchored in traditional folk and influenced by the smart sassiness of modern jazz and rootsy Americana.
Jennifer has been professionally performing her all-original shows with an uncommon vocal talent and her clever acoustic guitar style for almost 20 years. She toured regularly around the Southwest before moving to the Puget Sound area in 2006. She has performed with her husband David Tieman as their first duo The Hayburners and currently recording for their new Jazz-Pop group The Ginger UPs. She has won numerous songwriting awards, including 2005 the opportunity to perform as a national finalist the internationally-renowned Telluride Bluegrass Festival in their Troubadour Competition.
Outside of her own full-length release "Ahead of the Game", her music has been released on multiple radio compilations including KJZA Prescott & KXCI Tucson. Her song "Lifeline" was released nationally on the critically-acclaimed "Amada" Breast Cancer Benefit CD. She was featured & performed live twice on TV "Good Morning Arizona". She has opened up for some of the big names in acoustic music like David Wilcox and Christine Lavin and was even asked to share the night with icon Loudon Wainwright III.