Jenny Hallam at Worcester Music Festival
Jenny Hallam: Jenny Hallam is a singer-songwriter impressing audiences with a piano-pop style offering the quirky youthful lyrics of a young English student and powerful soulful vocals creating an original fresh and comforting sound that everyone is searching for.
Jenny Hallam lives in Colwall,Worcestershire and studied at John Masefield School in Ledbury. She is an accomplished songwriter, singer and pianist who started writing songs whilst still at school and has played local pubs and open mic nights in Hereford and Worcestershire since the age of 15. Her reputation soon spread and appearances followed with her band at various Midlands festivals such as Wychwood, Westfest, The Pyramid Party and a couple of live sessions on BBC Hereford and Worcester. She moved to London in 2010 to study English Literature and Linguistics at Queen Mary University. And has since developed her talents playing solo sets at numerous venues across the capital including Bush Hall and the Clapham Grand, supporting acts such as Planes (featuring Steve Forrest from Placebo), Nathan Flutebox Lee, Leonie Casanova and the Lightyears. She released her own début album entitled '25,000 Days', remarking on the average life-span of a human-being, last year featuring local lads Alex Albrow and Chris Hewitt. The album artwork features many local people from the Worcestershire area and is available on iTunes and Amazon or at Rise Records Worcester and Carnival Records and the GMH in Malvern.