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Red House Records
So proud to be on this label!
Herschel Freeman Agency
This man works hard, and I am grateful.
A great resource to manitoban artists.
Supportive internet radio station – I am grateful.
Beautiful guitars and fine people too. I love both my collings and I’m proud to be on the artist page!
I would marry my banjo if I could.
A great guitar store in Guelph, Ontario run by Luthier Mark Stutman. They also present live concerts and workshops on a regular basis.
Longtime partner in crime and inspiration.
Label-mate and inspiration. Check out ‘bird song’.
Beautiful poet and painter.
A Prairie Home Companion
We are proud and honoured to be associated with these great folks.
Responsible for the beautiful cover-illustration and graphic design of ‘The Garden’, as well as for the Wailin’ Jennys Firecracker and Live at the Mauch Chunk Opera House designs.
She will make you cry.
Friends and one of my favourite bands.
Ridiculously talented, appears on mine and the jennys records. you know when it’s him.
Our UK agent’s radio show.
Wailin’ Jeremy Penner
Long time friend and collaborator.
Fine welsh singer-songwriter with important things to say.
Damn fine canadian singer-songwriter.
I could listen to this man’s songs all day.
The Breast Cancer Site
Here’s a fast and easy way to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer. Please tell ten friends to tell ten today! The Breast Cancer site is having trouble getting enough people to click on it daily to meet their quota of donating at least one free mammogram a day to an underprivileged woman. It takes less than a minute to go to their site and click on “donating a mammogram” for free (pink window in the middle). This doesn’t cost you a thing. Their corporate sponsors/advertisers use the number of daily visits to donate mammograms in exchange for advertising. Please go to the link now.
Canadian label for the Jennys 40 days and Firecracker.
Canadian label for the Jennys live CD.
We are a featured artist at this prominent UK site. Some great links to the traditional music scene. Check it out.
I love these guys.
These dudes are a great Winnipeg band.
A great singer-songwriter from Winnipeg whose latest CD I sing on.
A great fingerstyle guitarist and the man responsible for 99% of my photos.
Matt Peters/Royal Canoe
Matt co-wrote and sang ‘We Can Only Listen’ with me. Check out his new band Royal Canoe!
Red House publicist Ellen Stanley’s radio show on KFAI community radio (MN).
A friend and inspiration.
A new friend and a force of nature.
Great songwriter – I am proud to be label-mates with this man.
A new friend – only 22 – ridiculous.
Blue Rock Studios
I got to play here. There are no words.
“Democracy in Action”.
Long time friends.
Special group of folks with whom I sing once and a while.
In order to bring our music around the globe, we Jennys have to fly frequently. As most of you know, commercial air travel is considered to be the world’s fastest growing source of greenhouse gas emissions. Many organizations (both for profit and not) now offer ways of calculating the carbon output of flights and drives and offer a way to offset that pollution by purchasing “carbon offsets”. Planetair.ca is one of those companies and starting January 2006, the Jennys will move one step closer to being “carbon neutral” – for every flight we take, we will purchase the equivalent amount of carbon offsets to make up for our air travel. Our money will go into funding either technology projects that reduce emissions at source or reforestation projects that sequester CO2 from the atmosphere. Examples of projects currently being undertaken by the organizations include disseminating efficient cooking stoves in Honduras, providing finance for renewable energy cooking stoves in schools in India and installing efficient lighting in households in South Africa. Of course, the best solution would be to stop flying altogether but since walking around the earth with our gear might be a little much (and would result in approximately three shows a year), this is the next best option. There are other organizations of this kind in North America and the U.K. (among other places) so please check them out by typing “carbon offsets” into your search engine.