Eden is the fifth studio album from Jennifer
Parsignault. It is the result of a three year journey.
Right now, in this moment, the sum of everything
we know is all we have. Our experiences - what we embrace,
what we believe and love, what we fear and struggle to
understand, who we love and hold dear, what gives us comfort,
the child-like joys of sweet discovery, what throws us
great pain, the equally heavy longing to fill in all of
the missing pieces - this is the great journey, unique
to every individual, unique as every individual and yet
universal to all on many levels. This is Eden, right now,
in this moment, and in every precious moment moving forward
Filled with emotion and colorful lyrics, Jennifers
music is both introspective and profoundly spiritual.
The lyrics describe a story, an event or an moment in
time, woven into multiple layers and resonating on many
levels. Her voice is, in one moment vulnerable and intimate,
in the next pure strength and power. Her music both soothes
the soul, and brings the listener on an emotional journey
of intense joy, spiritual awakening or wrenching heartbreak.
Hailing from Boston, Massachusetts, Jennifer started
out on the violin, later adding piano as her main instrument.
She studied at Berklee College of Music before heading
westward to pursue music. During this time, she worked
with a wide variety of unknown and known artists, including
Irene Cara, Miguel Kertzman, Lita Ford, Katelyn Hopkins,
and Bang Tango. She also began recording her own songs.
Jennifers music has been featured in film and television
including independent films including the just released
Go or It! (Lions Gate / Spark Hop Prods) "Kejar
Amerika" and "Solid Cover". Television
credits include Dawnsons Creek, MTV's
"Undressed", A&Es Biography,
LOGOs Coming Out Stories and Elephant
in The Room, PBS History Detectives
and Real Simple, Animal Planets Underdog
to Wonderdog, Bravos Flipping Out,
and Discovery Channel's "Outward Bound". International
television includes Australia's, "The Saddle Club"
and Spain's "Hasiberriak" and "Goenkale".
Previous albums include self-titled Jennifer Parsignault,
RED, Oh, My and From the Dark.