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Erica Jennings - You Never Know #Flyah Review


Timeless and direct, hauntingly beautiful and emotionally charged vocals, with lyrics that cover universal topics from the perspective of a modern woman. A love of different musical genres is a key part of her writing and performance and has become her signature style.
2016 she launched her solo career with her debut album “Leading me home”. Sold out concerts, main stage slots in festivals such as “Granatos Live 2016” and “Summer In The City” and opening for both John Newman and Róisín Murphy made it quite a spectacular year for the singer. The album was released to great reviews by both fans and peers alike. Songs like “Old friends”, “Hanging by a thread”, “You always told me” and of course “Leading me home” – have had lots of international radio play all over Europe, The United States and Latin America too. All these songs appear on her solo album which was released in June. She went on to win “Best Female Artist 2016” at this year’s Lithuanian Music Awards aka “M.A.M.A Awards”.
This redheaded bombshell, based in Vilnius, initially established herself as part of the hugely popular trio SKAMP, aged 17. Since then she has won every possible award, many times over and played every kind of stage possible both as part of a collective with SKAMP, one half of the duo “The Ball & Chain” (2011-2013) and as a solo artist.
Truth, authenticity and a journey of self-discovery are the ingredients to her songwriting and her performances onstage deliver that honesty and beauty to her audience every time.

Awarded "Best Female Artist 2016" at the Lithuanian Music Awards aka "M.A.M.A. Awards". 


In Lithuania, she's won countless awards as the front woman of SKAMP and one half of the sexy swing pop duo "The Ball & Chain". 



Launched her solo album in 2016 with sold out shows and great reviews. 
Writes songs / lyrics for other artists too. 



Currently working on a jazz album with producer Joseph Baldassare and her second solo album.


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