Getting serious about the guitar in 2013, it didn’t take Jennifer Lyn long to decide to front her own band, Jennifer Lyn & The Groove Revival, and share her diverse musical background with her growing group of fans.
Her debut album I’m All Wrong for You Baby (released in October 2016) touched on her musical diversity with songs ranging from traditional Blues, Rock, and ballads with gospel undertones. Her new album, Badlands (released in February 2018), delves even further and casts an eye on a blend of different musical experiences creating a variation of Blues music that embraces a wide pallet of many sub-genres. Her songs on the new album are fueled by her soulful vocals, burning desire to play guitar and beautiful accompaniment from band members Darren King (bass) and Kevin Holm (drums).
Badlands was produced by both Lyn and recording artist Richard Torrance (Capital, Shelter Records), who is featured instrumentally on the new album. Badlands weaves between hard-hitting, guitar-driven songs that touch on stories of love gone wrong, society pressures, and more personal narratives speaking of life. While these stories are deftly crafted, this is really an album of moments. All of these moments point to an artist wise beyond her years and on the move to preserve Blues music for years to come.