For over three years Jenny has played a free weekly show Thursdays 6-8 at Dozen Street in the heart of Austin's Eastside. The club is female owned, and the show has featured guest artists, comedians, dancers, and writers with a focus on POC, LGBTQA and female identified persons. The show is free and streams live on  Concert Window. Many shows are archived in our video section shortly after and are also available in Podcast form on ITunes and every other imaginable place. Xavier Cisneros is the man and the media producer when he's not hiking the Appalachian trail. Thanks X!


Bio:

 

Jenny Parrott has been singing to herself since she could walk and has been writing songs for half her life. In 2006 she moved to Austin, TX and formed and fronted Western Swing Pop trio Shotgun Party. The trio toured the USA and Europe extensively, putting out 3 full length albums of mostly Parrott’s original material. Jenny then co fronted vocal harmony based Folk Rock Band Loves It, and continued to tour and put out 2 full length albums. Jenny’s three plus octave voice lights up a room whether she’s singing in English or Spanish, and Kinky Friedman says her compositions are the “Best songs I’ve heard since Christ was a cowboy!”. Jenny has played prisons, a black panther reunion party, children’s shows, streets all over the world, and every basement from here to New York. She has opened for Jonathan Richman, Lake Street Sive, Pokey LaFarge, and Delbert McClinton. Here solo debut album “When I Come Down” was named in the Austin Chronicle’s Top Ten for 2017, and she is currently working on pre-production for her second album.