JENNIFER MATTHEWS – The Sunroom Sessions
(Thundamoon Records) Sept.2006
Record review by TC Krentz

Coming off the European leg of the tour of her last successful release “The Wheel” and fresh of the road from Alaska, Jennifer Matthews has temporarily sent the rock band on vacation, has done some reflecting, and has rebirthed some of her hits as well as created some new gems for her latest CD Jennifer Matthews 'The Sunroom Sessions".

Jennifer takes to the studio with only a guitar & microphone to put together a quintessential set of songs which reveals that her beauty of talent truly runs deep. The girl-with-a-guitar era is just about over, but I am happy to report this CD isn’t a display of this tiring genre. Instead the listener is treated to a side of Jennifer at her most intimate & attractively simplistic. Beautifully haunting tracks like Floating and Trees in December are accompanied by the hip & catchy Lemon Peels & Tangerines making for a well-formed collection of Jennifer Matthews, possibly her very best.

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Jennifer new acoustic record "The Sunroom Sessions" available now!
15 new songs ! click here

You can also order Jennifer's May 2005 release of
"The Wheel"


Jennifer's record with 10yr. old student Kyle Davis

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Fairytales and Misdemeanors by Jennifer Matthews

A poetry collection from Boston rocker Jennifer Matthews. Matthews has been lauded as the new Patti Smith by the popular press. A recent performer at the NEMO conference and a musician-in-residence at the legendary KENDALL CAFE in Cambridge, Mass. this exciting new talent, has brought her music and words to the paper, with results that have wowed Boston and Cambridge Poetry Audiences.
Matthews will be reading from her work at the Somerville News Writers Festival, the Newton Free Library, Warwick Art Museum(R.I.), and other select locations. Her book has been released by the Ibbetson Street Press of Somerville $5. buy it here

" A book not to miss, especially if you're looking for an uplift, a little trip into the accessible visionary." ( Hugh Fox Small Press Review Nov.-Dec 2003)