Jennifer Terran

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Jennifer Terran
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter, pianist
LabelsGrizelda Records

Jennifer Terran is an American singer-songwriter and pianist.


Terran plays the piano and sings on her records, often leading to her being compared to Tori Amos, she is also, however, a hip hop dance instructor, as well as a producer, having established her own music label, Grizelda Records, on which she has produced five solo albums: Cruel, Rabbit, The Musician, Live from Painted Cave and Full Moon in 3. In October 2012 she released her album Born from the Womb of Silence.


In 2002 the Sunday Times selected her album The Musician as its second best album of the year.

In December 2007, Terran's recording of "Que Sera Sera" featured in a commercial for Dell's XPS computer, accompanied by exploding monitors and wrecking balls.

Personal life[edit]

Her childhood spent in Los Angeles, California was infused with music and musical influences, her father, trumpeter Tony Terran, was a successful session musician in Los Angeles.


Albums and Release Dates[1]
Title Release Date

January, 1997


January, 1998

The Musician

January, 2001

Live From Painted Cave

January, 2004

Full Moon In 3

January, 2006

Born From The Womb Of Silence

October, 2012

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Jennifer Terran". bandcamp. Retrieved May 31, 2014.