Episode 4 · 4 months ago
Jennifer Jo Oberle- Trust Yourself (Vertical Horizon, Peter Asher, Five For Fighting)
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Bass player/Singer/Orchestrator/Arranger/Songwriter Jennifer Jo Oberle talks about the many hats she wears in her career. She talks about her first show with the band “Vertical Horizon”. She discusses her experience in the house salsa band on the Mexican TV show, “Noches Con Platanito”. Jen reflects on her experiences as a side musician versus being in a band. She also talks about her songwriting process and her current original projects.
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