Meet Jennifer Lind!
Guest on "Campfire Cafe" on Equestrian Legacy Radio
Thursday, May 12, 10am (PST) www.equestrianlegacy.net
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SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series
An Evening With Jennifer Lind
May 26, 2016
7pm Doors Open
Reserve Your Seats 661.255.7087
SCVTV Presents the OutWest Concert Series
Jennifer Lind with the California Cowboy Band
Filmed February 5, 2011
Academy of Western Artists 2010 Western Music Female
Nominated for 2010 AWA Song of the Year (Cowboy State of Mind)
When Lind was asked about her musical background, she spoke of her talented family. Her mother Carol, was an Opera singer at a young age, and released records in her teens. She also recalls spending hours with her Grandfather, Pasquale Rosato in his bright sunny music studio. Lind would draw musical staffs across the chalkboard, and her Grandfather would instruct her where to fill in the notes. Pasquale taught accordion for over 25 years, and owned the Blue Note Music Store in Stockton California. At age 12, her mother bought a 12 string guitar for her. Lind asked her neighbor Russ (a Rock and Roll guitarist) if he would teach her a few chords. He taught her just enough to be able to work out a few popular Folk songs.
At age 17, Lind put her guitar down, as life took a different turn. She met her husband Andrew (best friend, now ‘Sound Man’) in 1986. They were married in 6 months, and had three children together. Taking care of her family was the most important thing to her. Her husband stated, “Even though she stopped playing her guitar, she never stopped singing”. Five years ago, Andrew purchased a new Martin guitar for Jennifer, and she soon followed her dream. She took a few guitar lessons, started performing, recorded her album and became a performing member of the WMA. Lind crossed paths with what she calls her “Trail boss” Producer, Engineer, and friend, Jason Barney. With friends and talented musicians, together they produced Cowboy State of Mind. All songs were written by Randy Sparks, except "Old Cowboy" which was written by Jason Barney. Jennifer is now a member of the New Christy Minstrels folk group found here: www.thenewchristyminstrels.com