Singer Jenni Muldaur has had a far-reaching and adventurous career. Jenni didn’t come to a life in music by choice -- it was her life, right from the start growing up in a music-intensive environment as the daughter of folk icons Geoff and Maria Muldaur, who both played a crucial part in the 60’s folk revival boom. Jenni was particularly moved by the Blues; the older the better. Having landed in Marin County as a teenager, she stole her mom’s car and went to Monday night Blues sessions with Mark Naftalin to see the likes of Bobby Blue Bland, Toots Theilman, and Percy Mayfield. Muldaur soon talked her way into sitting in, and had the unbeatable and unforgettable experience and education of singing with these musical legends. This real life training led to her signing her first record deal with Warner Brothers, when she was only 20.
Throughout the years, Jenni’s voice would be in demand, in the studio or touring with some of the greatest minds in music, including; Eric Clapton, Todd Rundgren, Donald Fagen, Marianne Faithful, Elvis Costello, David Byrne, Lou Reed, David Gahan, John Cale, Ronnie Spector and Rufus Wainwright among others.
For her show, “Love Songs for the Apocalypse,” Jenni showcases her unique and powerful voice as well as her ability to easily inhabit different styles of music with the blues and soul at the core.