Meet Jen Woodhouse

While other little girls dreamt of being princess brides, mermaids, or fairies, Jen Woodhouse performed in her parents' living room in front of a captivated audience made up of her two younger sisters, various stuffed animals, and Barbie dolls. Whether she was performing in ballet and piano recitals, or just hula dancing for the neighbors, it was apparent at a very early age that Jen was a born entertainer. Since her sold out living room concerts, Jen continues to mesmerize audiences across the globe.

Woodhouse's music has been licensed to various commercials and television shows, including Keeping Up With the Kardashians, The Hills, Road Rules, The Real World, Starbucks, Bad Girls Club, and more. Her music can most recently be heard on the new television series Auction Packed premiering in March 2011 on the National Geographic channel.

These days, Woodhouse has been keeping busy. A recent Nashville transplant, Woodhouse has been ceaselessly touring and promoting her highly anticipated album, "The Shaping & Shifting of Objects & Sound." Quickly garnering tremendous word-of-mouth support, Woodhouse's sophomore album follows on the heels of her critically acclaimed 2005 debut, "This Honest Age."

A collection of cleverly spun tales of realism that relate to the many sides of the persona, "The Shaping & Shifting of Objects & Sound" has many highlights, including the hooky, energetic pop gem, "Rearview," the moody, ethereal piano-driven, "Gravity," and the territorial, rollicking, tongue-in-cheek "Vicious." "Impossible", one of the album's standout tracks, combines tripped-out guitars with a quirky Imogen Heap-tinged keyboard groove. Live instruments (piano, drums and bass) mingle with electronic elements while Woodhouse's voice is powerful yet heart-wrenchingly sincere.

Woodhouse masters the delicate balance between strength and vulnerability. These intensely emotional songs bind the elements of self-sacrifice, redemption, and the constant redefining of identity.

The incalculable range found in Woodhouse's music should be of no surprise, considering her traveling forays into different countries and cultures. Born into a military family, Woodhouse divided her childhood in Texas, the Philippines, Alabama, Germany, Philadelphia, and Chicago. Her diverse upbringing clearly influences the music she makes today.

In addition to her rigorous touring schedule, Woodhouse was invited to perform at several high-profile music festivals, including Austin's biggest music event, South by Southwest, Toronto's Indie Week Festival and Atlanta's Atlantis Music Conference. She spearheaded The Green Light Tour, a month-long international tour spanning 22 cities in the US & Canada, promoting her new album and raising awareness about global warming. Teaming up with various environmental organizations such as the Sierra Club and Arbor Day Foundation, Woodhouse and two fellow singer/songwriters planted a tree in every city they stopped in, as well as raffled off 'enviro-prizes' to audience members.

Woodhouse continues to tour extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia. After a 7-month long tour in Vietnam and Korea, Jen returned to Asia, this time to Japan for 3 months. She has recently returned Stateside and is back in Nashville writing and recording material for her 3rd album.

Woodhouse is endorsed by Yamaha Pianos and Ovation Guitars.

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Gustavo Lovato
over 30 days ago to Jen Woodhouse

Just listened to 'Gravity'. Awesome song! I'd love to include it in an Abrazos ('hugs' in Spanish) compilation, which is a 100% not-for-profit project that benefits the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Previous artists include Nina Gordon (ex Veruca Salt), Sleeping at Last (in the current Twilight movie album), Howard Jones, Glen Phillips (from Toad the Wet Sprocket), The Gufs with Rob Thomas as guest vocalist, Civil Twilight ... plus tons more. Feel free to reach me at if you're interested. great job! :) Gus.

Chenel Casey
over 30 days ago to Jen Woodhouse

My name is Ashley Daniels and I'm a DJ for Sound in the Hall Radio. I came across your music while searching new bands for our radio show airing on Indie 104 iRadio LA .We listened to your material and tremendously enjoyed what we heard and would like to feature your music on our new radio show called the  "Indie Outbreak" show. The premise of the show is that we hand pick 5-6 bands for each show, tell a little information about the artist/band and play one of your songs. We will include your link on our web site so new fans can find out more information. We also will archive the show on our website so one can further promote on social networks and include in press kits. This is a great opportunity for massive exposure and credibility.
Please let us know if you would be interested in being featured on "Indie Outbreak". Let us know of any additional information other than your bio that we can include in our script of you such as any press you may have gotten, new material/album, funny facts, etc. Also email us the song "Gravity" as an mp3. Once we have recorded the program and it is ready for airing we will shoot you an email so you can have all your friends and fans tune in.

All we ask in return is to let all your friends and fans on Facebook, MySpace, Reverb Nation, Broadjam, Twitter, Pure Volume, etc. know about "Indie Outbreak" and Indie 104 and have them tune in to listen. We survive with new listeners craving indie music.
For more information on "Indie Outbreak" and SHRadio please go to There you can like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. For more information on Indie 104 please go to Thank you for your time and look forward to hearing back from you.

Ashley Daniels
Sound in the Hall

Adam Maxfield
over 30 days ago to Jen Woodhouse

Jen, Through this fire is truely beautiful and you have an inspiring voice, quite beautiful.


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