Jenny LaJoye is a folk/pop singer songwriter and vocal loop artist in Denver, CO who believes everyone is made of the good stuff. A classically-trained violinist raised on jazz and musical theater, LaJoye makes music to remember what it means to be human...to find connection in a time of disconnection, and to feel something in a world gone numb.
Jenny’s first EP, “We’ve Been That Way Before,” was released in 2014 and won the WYCE Jammie Award for Listener’s Choice: Album of the Year. During their last semester of undergrad in 2015, Jenny recorded and released an acoustic album, “Vapor.” LaJoye's most recent album, “Altars," was released in Denver in February 2018. Theologically bent, "Altars" showcases full-band arrangements of songs Jenny performs with a vocal looper.
Jenny is currently living in Denver with their wife, soaking in the music scene, and curating a small live music listening room for local and touring songwriters in Lakewood, CO called “The Chimney Place.”
No matter the hat - academic, community leader, activist, or musician - LaJoye is on a quest to remind everyone that we’re all made of the same stuff. And it’s good.
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