Warm your heart this summer with Jeni Carr, an acclaimed country-rock singer/songwriter based in Nashville, Tenn.
In 1992, Carr moved to the Music City from her hometown of Fairdale, Ky. to launch her country music career. Since then, the fiery songstress has opened for Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Rodney Atkins and Reba McIntire and the Great Women of Country, while also recording emotion-driven solo originals. In tune with her heartfelt songs, Carr regularly lends her voice to charity, including the WHAS Crusade for Children, an annual fundraising telethon to support children with special needs.
The accolades keep rolling in for Carr, who was selected as a finalist in the Undiscovered Songwriters division of Country Music Television’s Music City Madness competition for her autobiographical song “Famous By Now.” Her first national release, the salty “Don’t Throw That Dog a Bone,” reached No. 48 on Music Row’s Hot New Country charts. Carr’s most recent coup is “Grace,” a single that she created to heal and uplift audiences, which reached the Top 20 on the National Inspirational Country Charts. Carr performed at the Levitt AMP Middlesboro Music Series in 2015.