Jennifer Lynne

Jennifer Lynne

Jennifer Lynn is an American singer – songwriter – musician whose soaring vocal range, shimmering original tunes, and commanding stage presence have earned her a following through live shows, radio, and television. Jennifer captured the hearts of the Dutch public with her performances into the finals on season 4 of “The Voice of Holland”— from soul-stirring ballads to raw power pop.

Since 2009, Jennifer has been performing on special occasions for Dutch Royalty, Princess Margriet and Prince Pieter-Christiaan. More recently, as part of the 150th Anniversary of the International Red Cross, she performed on live television for King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands.

Jennifer became an official ambassador for the Dutch Rode Kruis in 2015 when her original song, “Carry Me,” was selected to be their anthem. She kicked off the IFRC Geneva Conferences with a live performance for over 2,000 consulates and dignitaries from around the world. She continues to travel the world performing “Carry Me” for events and fundraising.

At a striking 6 feet tall, Jennifer Lynn has a voice that’s bigger still. Her sophomore album, “6 Degrees,” shows that she’s a singer who’s gutsy but vulnerable. Bracing and heartfelt, iridescent and irresistible, these tightly crafted songs tell what it means to love and hurt and dream—whether you’re “Fishing for the Moon” or just trying to “Keep it Simple” when life throws startling twists your way. This is sparkling, beautiful stuff, from a singer with a story to tell.