Jennifer's new CD is up on CD Baby. This is the first review.
Jennifer Brantley’s It’s All Good is a breath of fresh air, which is a little ironic considering that a lot of it sounds like it could have been made decades ago. This is country music the way it used to be, played on real instruments, sung with skill and feeling, and with lyrics that don’t all involve beer and pickup trucks
The Little Things was released in Europe to radio and media. Here are some quotes
"Exciting new artist and excellent production and performance. Certainly hit debut material."
Tom Robinson Kingstown Radio UK
Doc Schulze, Radio Eurohertz Germany
"Nice voice almost perfect, very great performance."
Etienne Berthels, Radio terre Franche, Belgium
"Very enjoyable new track"
Stella Coulson, Country Routes Magazine
"This is very good"
The story behind the song began when Glenn was approached in 1958 by Hank's first wife, Audrey, who told him that she had found some old lyrics of Hanks that he never finished writing. She asked Glenn, who was a big fan of Hanks, to finish writing the lyrics and to come up with a Hank Williams’ style melody for the song. Although Glenn was young at the time, he had already written songs for Johnny Cash, Kitty Wells, Ernest Tubb, Hawkshaw Hawkins, and others. George Jones had just taken two of Glenn's…
Jennifer made it to #13 in Belgium on the CMA Europe Radio charts. The song was "10 Shades of Blue," one Razzy Bailey wrote and produced for Jennifer. The song was sent out on a compilation a few months ago
The new single duet with Razzy Bailey is now on itunes, along with the rest of Razzy's new CD "Im a Damn Good Time." Not only is Jennifer one of the guest artist but Micky Gilley and Johnny Cash are on there as well.