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Jessie Rose Pennington
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Jessie Rose Pennington

   
     
It's no surprise to anyone that knows Jessie Rose Pennington that she would choose music as her career path. After all, she's been performing since the age of three and has never wavered in her passion for music and her pursuit of being a recording artist someday.

Not really an outrageous goal for a girl who comes from a family of entertainers on both her father and mother's sides. Jessie's father is J.P. Pennington, lead singer/songwriter/guitarist of the award winning pop turned country group, Exile, with a career spanning four decades and accumulating more than 18 hit songs.

Jessie's mother, Suzie, a former theater major in college who sang jingles and was an American Bandstand dancer, now works in music and talent development and helps direct the careers of aspiring recording artists trying to land major label record and publishing deals, including helping Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry land his first record deal. Jessie's paternal grandmother was Lily May Ledford, the legendary banjo and fiddle player who founded the first all girls string band, The Coon Creek Girls, and played for U.S. presidents and the King and Queen of England.

Jessie's maternal great-grandmother, Marena Hayes Grigsby was an opera singer who studied at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and played piano for silent movies. Coming from a family working in the entertainment business may have its advantages, but it also comes with a dose of reality. Jessie has never viewed the business with an unrealistic stars-in-her-eyes type of mentality. She has seen first hand that it requires hard work, commitment and preparedness. She has always been up for the task. Her love of the Arts is a heritage deep rooted, providing her an obvious and natural career choice.


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Song List
1.Paris (Grace Potter and the Nocturnals)
2.Don’t Know Why (Norah Jones)
3.Turn Me On (Norah Jones)
4.Chasing Pirates (Norah Jones)
5.Man of the Hour (Norah Jones)
6.Come Away With Me (Norah Jones)
7.One Flight Down (Norah Jones)
8.Mercy (Duffy)
9.Warwick Avenue (Duffy)
10.Stepping Stone (Duffy)
11.Rehab (Amy Winehouse)
12.You Know I’m No Good (Amy Winehouse)
13.Love Is a Losing Game (Amy Winehouse)
14.Back to Black (Amy Winehouse)
15.Sixteen Tons (Tennessee Ernie Ford)
16.Umbrella (Rihanna)
17. Switch! (Jazmine Sullivan)
18.Brand New Key (Melanie)
19. Viva la Vida (Coldplay)
20.Poker Face (Lady Gaga)
21.Alejandro (Lady Gaga)
22.Love Song (Adele)
23.Rolling in the Deep (Adele)
24.If I Fell (Beatles)
25.Come Together (Beatles)
26.Bad Things (Jace Everett)
27.Wrapped Up In You (Garth Brooks)
28.Stay (Sugarland)
29.Cheater Cheater (Joey & Rory)
30.Over the Rainbow
31.At Last (Etta James)
32.Tiger By the Tail (Buck Owens)
33.Hey Good Lookin’ (Hank Williams)
34.Are You That Somebody (Aaliyah)
35.Shakey Ground (The Temptations)
36.Rock Steady (Aretha Franklin)
37.Love Gun (Cee Lo Green)
38.King of Anything (Sara Bareilles)
39.Super Love (Exile)
40.Stuck in the Middle (original)
41.Little Birdy (original)
42.Stick With Me (original)
43.Stone Cold Heart (original)
44.No No No (original)
45.On the Sea (original)
46.The Fool (original)
47.Poison Apple (original)
48.Mama Knows (original)
49.We Go Together (original)
50.When Will I See You Again (original)


 

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