Dear Jennifer, Please Please Please come to Nottingham in the UK when you tour Europe in the Spring. The Maze is a small but brilliant venue. Jolie Holland, Frazy Ford, Ryan Adams, Chuck Prophet being just a few who have played there.
Dear Jennifer, Wooohoow looking forward to your new album. As well to you visiting The Netherlands :-). Enjoy the last (intimate) moments with your 'new' music/baby - before you know you 'have' to share with the rest of the world. Much love, Maaike
You wrote me a mail a few months ago Pace and other lovely things were in it :-)
Love to read that a new record is still in the making and a European tour still is ahead. One thing we talked about is another 2 metersession But I do need a timeframe (the guy who does those asked for it) so if you do have on of those ... :-) If you need stroopwafels for completing thing Let me know I'll send some
I just discover your beautiful voice while watching an episode of «So You Think You Can Dance 5» (a dancer choose a song to save itself from the elimination) and I have to tell you that you have a beautiful talent. Also, I congratulate you for your website which is perfectly concepted.
Good luck for the futur!
I just attended the most amazing concert.
Nestled in a setting somewhere off the 154, and out of cellphone range is a romantic, fairy tale like venue for a concert know as The Barn.
As we follow the winding road, with mysterious directions, such as "find the trampoline on the left," we find ourselves possibly in the enchanted forest replete with elf like bare-footed children running around.
Combined with the technological sophistication of an urban/urbane setting such as New York, is a bohemian, magical, surreal, earthy, intimate, cozy, setting with sheepskin rugs, bean bags, and couches. The baby grand stands dignified amidst a room of dimmed multi-colored lights that cast a red and amber glow over the relaxed crowd.
The opium here however is the haunting, ethereal, sounds that Jennifer Terran pours out from her heart into the center of the crowd. Jennifer sings her life, and we feel her pour into us. The cello's broody tones take us lower into ourselves, reorganizes our molecular structure till we are open to the moment, to the music, to ourselves.
The music has entranced us, shifted us, opened us wider for a peek, into being, into experience.
Sent on: 2009-12-06
Elizabeth / United States of America
Dear Jennifer, great show sat nite..I posted a few pics that I took...have some more if you wish...keep up the great work.... :-)
I don't know which is more impressive.
Your musical talent or the life you've lived. I accidentally stumbled onto your works while perusing through cdbaby.com. Your "Hallelujah" and "The American Song" among others were...moving, to say the least. I am honored to have found you. Thank you for sharing yourself.
Sent on: 2009-07-30
SK / United States of America
Hate I missed hearing you on the show, although I'm sure my wife caught it. (It's one of her favorites.) Congrats on the additional exposure! Still hoping to see The Barn one day, Dave