Slow Burn by Jenny Kern

Slow Burn by Jenny Kern

Jenny performed around Montreal during University before moving to NYC in 2013 where she started as a page at and quickly worked her way up to producer in the and television industry. In 2018 Jenny decided to take a leap of faith and pursue full time her passion for music and songwriting. Drawing on her own experiences, her songs unfold through a confessional-style delivery revealing the strength that can only come through vulnerability. 

“It’s almost cathartic, sharing . Being open is not an easy feat for anyone. I want people to know that these songs come from an honest place. We all struggle to find comfort in ourselves while being open to the unexpected.”

In the fall of 2018, she recorded her debut EP and began performing at notable venues around including and . Jenny’s debut EP is an intimate collection of songs from years of self-reflection on her personal experience with self-doubt, regret and the search for comfort in painful seasons.

In January 2019 she released her debut single, which received wide acclaim and immediately found an international audience on streaming platforms. 

“Jenny is expressive in her seriousness of her lyrics, she shows all the cards. Every ratchet of s, describes her struggles and valiant efforts to conquer. We are human, and Jenny understands. This experiment, called life, is hard. Jenny’s songs and makes things better.” –


Shortly after she released her debut EP in April 2019, she was invited on her first international tour in and was featured on . “It’s been a whirlwind journey so far. One I would never have expected to happen so quickly. I hope to continue writing music that is new and different, resonating with people around the world.”

Jenny is currently touring across building a diverse and loyal fan base while continuing to write and record new music set for release early next year.

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