Jennifer Vazquez

New Music Critique: Jennifer Vazquez


Nashville-based Jennifer Vazquez is blessed with a husky voice that exudes a calming, soulful sincerity. And when combined with solid, relatable material, the result is compelling, plenty enough to captivate a coffeehouse crowd or complement personal relationship issues in a TV drama series. “Let You Back In” and “I Shoulda Told You” are mea culpa’s, both delivered with a minimum of instrumentation, just Vazquez’s vibrato-tinged vocal and dexterous guitar. “Worst Enemy” has a nice, catchy chorus and gets a full arrangement in a song about withstanding life’s everyday hassles. While we don’t hear hit-single potential in the artist’s material, her ability to communicate trust and intimacy is undeniable.

Contact: [email protected]
Web: jennifervazquez.com
Seeking: Publishing, Film/TV, Booking
Style: Pop-Country, Americana, Jazzy Blues

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