Jenn Cornell

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Jenn Cornell's unique sound is an amalgamation born from 33 years of devotion to cello.  She was first a classically trained musician and then realizing she had more to say with cello, she began making the sounds she heard in her head. 
Jenn recalls,"I used to have these reoccurring dreams where I would see my hand flying up and down the fingerboard and hear sounds coming out from my cello that I had never made. I would wake up with this feeling of freedom and vitality that I wanted that same feeling in real life.  Once I had the taste of freedom on my cello in my dreams, it changed my whole approach to music forever."
So, she started treating her cello as if it was a guitar, a drum set, an electric bass, and (in her biggest strength) to play the cello emulating some of the great rock and jazz soloists that she looked up to; the likes of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Miles Davis, and Jean-Luc Ponty; shredding on her solos and improvising jazz riffs.  Bringing effects, looping, and the world renowned Turkish percussionist/drummer Emrah Kotan into the mix, Jenn Cornell's sound became instantly recognizable as her own and her music's genre sitting at the cross roads of Classical Fusion and Crossover Jazz.
Jenn Cornell’s cello stylings have also lent themself well to other artist’s including: double platinum bill-board artist B.o.B.; Michael Malarkey of the hit TV series “Vampire Diaries”; and to filmmaker Chris Anthony Hamilton in the music she composed for “Body and Son”.

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