Her voice is velvety and smooth. Although she’s often compared to Phyllis Hyman, Angela Bofill, and Sarah Vaughn, Lori Jenaire, the stunning beauty, has earned her rightful place amongst those voices that paved the way. Her music has been referred to as neo-soul/jazz. Her voice can be heard on national advertising jingles, television shows, on the big screen, and she’s a skilled songwriter, guitarist, pianist, and bassist, as well. Aside from any genre she’s been placed in, her music is grown and sexy. Lori’s sophomore release “Fruition” is a collection of heartfelt empowering songs. She collaborated with Scott Cannady and co-wrote the majority of the album. Lori and Scott artistically created songs with texture, weaving a tapestry of incredible music. Lori also masterfully covered “California Dreamin’,” enhancing it with her sultry smoothness. Lori humbly describes “Fruition” as a “soul offering.”
We had a great conversation.