John is a Liverpool based singer songwriter. His latest album release, “Window Shopping in Nashville” was released in September 2017 and received a positive critical reception.
This follows the critically acclaimed debut solo album “Trains” which was released in September 2016.
John took part in the 2018 Americana Music Association UK Songwriting Workshop in February 2018, performing to a prestigious songwriting panel consisting of Chris Difford, Mary Gauthier, Beth Nielsen Chapman and Sam Baker. Comments from the panel were constructive and enthusiastic.
He performs as a solo artist or with his band “John Jenkins and the James Street Band”. Their recent live performance at Atkinson Theatre Southport in December 2017 received excellent reviews.
He has made numerous TV & Radio appearances and his songs have been played on many radio stations around the UK and beyond.
He is also a finalist at the 2018 Liverpool Songwriting Challenge to take place at The Leaf in Bold Street, Liverpool on 12th January 2019
Fatea Americana Magazine - Powerful Songwriting
Out in the Crowd - “John Jenkins has a brilliantly delicate voice that makes every listener insatiable for more.”
Stereo Stickman – “A great songwriter. This type of songwriting and musical expression is rare.”
chrighhighreviews.com - “Window Shopping in Nashville is an absolutely magnificent release of emotion. Excellent stuff from first to last!”
For further information:
Telephone - 0777 266 1968
Website - www.johnjenkinsmusic.com
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook – www.facebook.com/john.jenkins.353250
Twitter - @thatsurething1
John Jenkins and the James Street Band
“The James Street Band” is the group of musicians that play alongside John in live performances. Taking their name from this iconic Liverpool street reflects John’s love of Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band. They complement John’s heartfelt songs perfectly.
For more information see separate page on this website
Quotes from Americana Music Association UK Conference 2018
“That was Brilliant, ”
— Chris Difford at the Americana Music Association UK Songwriting Panel
“It's a beautiful Song”
— Mary Gauthier at the Americana Music Association UK Songwriting Panel