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Award-winning singer and songwriter Jenn Bostic has performed at sold out tours across the US and Europe and made appearances in Mexico, Iraq and Kuwait. Her soulful inspirational music enjoyed airplay on Sirius XMs The Pulse, BBC Radio 2 and many mainstream ACs. Jenn Bostic’s music has hit famous charts, and her highly anticipated album “You Find a Way” officially released last month.
BTSCelebs was given the opportunity to chat with this talented independent artist to learn more about her music beginnings, the production story of “You Find a Way,” the albums best songs and more.
Let’s meet Jenn Bostic now!
BTSCelebs: Who is Jenn Bostic professionally?
Jenn Bostic: I am a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and touring artist, writing and performing songs that hopefully encourage and empower myself and others to believe they can overcome the obstacles in their lives. My faith in God is very important to me, and my most recent album is a Contemporary Christian/Gospel album called “You Find a Way.”
What inspired you to pursue a career in music?
Music has always been a part of my life. From the time I was a young child, my parents were always taking my brother and I to musicals and concerts, putting instruments in our hands, and providing entertainment through family sing-a-longs. At ten years old, my dad was killed in a car accident, and music, specifically songwriting, became the therapy that helped process that trauma. Sitting at the piano made me feel closer to my dad, I felt safe there and still do. Creating and performing music brings me joy.
Which singer or songwriter would you love to collaborate with for a future single?
Bonnie Raitt is my all-time favorite singer, when she sings, I feel it in my soul. Susan Tedeschi, Sara Bareilles, Carrie Underwood, and Lauren Daigle all have that same incredible quality. Each of these artists seems to defy boundaries the music industry tries to set. I look up to each of them and to collaborate with any would be a dream come true.
In July, you released a new inspirational album titled “You Find a Way.” Tell us what was the easiest and most difficult thing during the album’s production.