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In 2005, a very young Joe Jenneman found himself in the front row of a Bruce Springsteen concert after his father had won free tickets.  Bruce was so astonished to see a kid in the front row knowing all the songs that he reached down and gave him his guitar pick, as well as an autographed songbook after the show.  Joe was beyond inspired.  Though he had already begun playing guitar and writing songs, he became completely obsessed from that point forward.  Listening to the way Jenneman uses his songs to tell a story, and the level of emotion he brings, Bruce’s early influence is undoubtably present. 


Jenneman’s latest release, “Sway” has gotten a great response. Being placed on Spotify’s New Music Friday in Canada, and called a “Sultry, Smooth, Classic” by Reignland Magazine, “Sway” is setting the tone for a string of tracks to be released in 2020.



Click here for Joe's interview with anecho



Click here for the EARMILK review of "Your Name"

Hot Lunch Music

Click here for the Hot Lunch Music review of "20th Street"

The Music Lounge

Click here for Joe's interview with

The Music Lounge

It's All Indie

Click here for the It's All Indie review of "Bloom"

Artist First Radio

Click here to listen to Joe's on-air interview with Artist First Radio 


Click here to see Joe's on-air performance and interview with WGVU


Click here for Joe's interview with Reflections of Darkness

VENTS Magazine

Click here for Joe's interview with Vents Magazine

Naluda Magazine

Click here for Joe's Interview with Naluda Magazine.

Reignland Magazine

Click here for the Reignland review of "Sway"


Click here for the CSGM review of "20th Street"


Click here for the xKira review of "The Same"

The Music Below

Click here for The Music Below's review of "20th Street"

Voyage LA

Click here for the Voyage LA article on Joe and his music

Louder Than War

Click here for the Louder Than War review of "Bloom"

Come Here Floyd

Click here for the Come Here Floyd review of "Sway"