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Jenni Muldaur

Jenni Muldaur
Jenni Muldaur (2009)
Background information
Born (1965-03-29) March 29, 1965 (ageĀ 49)
Genres Folk, blues, rock and jazz
Occupations Singer-songwriter
Website Official website

Jenni Muldaur (born March 29, 1965 in Boston, Massachusetts[1] is an American blues and folk-rock singer-songwriter. She is the daughter of recording artists Geoff and Maria Muldaur, sister of Clare Muldaur and niece of actress Diana Muldaur.[2] She grew up in NY, Los Angeles and San Francisco.


Jenni's musical career took off in her teens when she was asked to join Todd Rundgren's band for a world tour and a subsequent recording.[3] Jenni's vocals soon became sought after and she went on to record with Eric Clapton, Marianne Faithfull, Steely Dan, Rufus Wainwright, Teddy Thompson, Linda Thompson, John Cale, Hole, and tour with Ronnie Spector, Lou Reed and David Byrne. With deep roots in folk and blues, Jenni expanded her horizons and embraced modern musical styles in collaborations with such punk visionaries as John Cale[4] and Robert Quine.[5]


Solo albums

  • 1992 Jenni Muldaur (arranger, vocals, performer)
  • 2008 Dearest Darlin', (vocals)

As contributing artist



External links

  • Official Jenni Muldaur website

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