Creative Dew Drops in Songs and Stillness by Jenne Lennon

The Celtic Music Fan

12120050_1185146641501257_5137036505564818460_oSongs and Stillness is a lovely music box for the season. 

My first interview with American artist Jenne Lennon happened in 2009. How time flies. And yet we continue to keep in touch. There are ties that are intense but fragile. But there are friendships that are meant to last longer. I am not just talking about our relationships with people. I am also referring to our ongoing fascination with certain types of music. Yes it is still a relationship. When an artist creates a certain style that you like, then excitement follows every release.

Her voice is a regular many Celtic music compilations. She belongs to the gene pool of talented people. Her sibling Dani is an actress and creative producer in L.A.

Songs and Stillness is the new recording and you can get it via iTunes. The  artwork features the singer-songwriter lying on a comfy grass bed, with a joyful expression. There are thirteen…

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