Bath-based singer-songwriter, harpist and musician, Jennifer Crook is a much-loved feature of Britain’s folk and acoustic scene. Her collaborations encompass Boo Hewerdine, Eddi Reader, Darrell Scott, Miranda Sykes (Show of Hands), Eliza Carthy, Andy Davis (Stackridge), and many more.
Since first coming to attention in the BBC Young Tradition Award, she has released a string of intelligent, finely-crafted albums attracting plaudits from Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2 and the folk press. Jennifer’s highly acclaimed album ‘Carnforth Station’ featuring her live trio with Beth Porter and Mike Cosgrave, was produced at Real World Studios in Box by Stephen W Tayler (Kate Bush).
Heartfelt and authentic, Jennifer brings her beautiful voice, first class musicianship, and an easy, natural charm to her live performances. Her latest album inspired by the months and the seasons, “The Year, She Turns”, is the latest addition to a great catalogue of wonderful songs.
“This is contemporary songwriting and performing at it’s best” Maverick*****
“A vocalist of sublime power” John O’Regan
“A class act” R2.