About JENNIFER MEADE
Jennifer Meade performer, artist, and song writer has released 3 albums her self titled debut album “Jennifer Meade” in 2007 and “Divine Conversations” vol 1 and 2 in 2008. She will be releasing her 4th album in 2010. Jennifer's first encounter with music was through her father’s passion and love of it. At the age of 15 her work as young choir director caught the interest of Second Regard - the CBC show featured Meade in their gospel documentary. The gospel choir group is where she considers her singing career began. She started singing in a group called The Harmonettes, then later on became part of another gospel group, Touch of Heaven and R& R Soul Orchestra. "Working with those group opened me up to other branches of international music," says Jennifer. "I met musicians and vocalists from all over the world." Of those musicians, there was Quincy Jones, Freddy James, Michael Bolton, Paul Anka, Celine Dion, Kirk Franklin, Oliver Jones, and Oscar peterson. She shared the stage with renowned artist such as James Hall, Hezekiah Walker, Craig Hayes, Marvin Sapp, Daniel Lavoie, Joane Blouin and Aretha Franklin. She was featured as the music director on CBC Canada evening special with international opera singer Wilaminia Ferdenez. Because of her notorious reputation as an artist and vocalist she was asked to be on the committee of The Canadian Council to solicit ate candidates & recipients for grants. Jennifer has derived inspiration from a number of vocalists, such as Rachelle Farrell, Bobby McFerrin, Aretha Franklin, and Yolanda Adams "For me singing is passion. A gut wrenching emotion that comes through soulful cries. ", "I want my audience to know that I’m real passionate, that I love what I do."