Jennifer Porter To Release New Album, “Yes, I Do!”

Jennifer Porter To Release New Album, “Yes, I Do!”

Award-winning singer-songwriter Jennifer Porter will release her highly anticipated ninth studio album, “Yes, I Do!” on February 2, 2024. The album is a harmonious blend of New Orleans and Memphis Blues, infused with the timeless sounds of 1970s Memphis soul. With eight tracks, the new delivery promises an earworm encounter influenced by the likes of Professor Longhair, Billie Holiday, and Carol King.

The 8-track album boasts an impressive line-up, including:
– George Naha on guitar
– Damon Banks on bass
– Dana Packard on drums
– Steve Jankowsky on trumpets and flugelhorn
– Doug DeHays on saxophones and clarinet
– Randy Andos on trombone and tuba
– Vinnie Raniolo on guitar for the track “Lucky Dust.”

Special guest appearances feature Grammy-nominee CJ Chenier on accordion and Grammy-winner Cindy Cashdollar on pedal steel.

Jennifer Porter, recognized for her unique songwriting and compelling vocal talent, has earned accolades for her previous albums, including “Sun Come And Shine,” released in June 2021. The album, recorded with legendary drummer Bernard Purdie, reached #1 on The Roots Music Reports Jazzy Blues Album Charts and received critical acclaim internationally.

“Yes, I Do!” also follows in the footsteps of Porter’s previous successes, including “These Years,” recorded with Grammy-winning producer Jay Newland, and “Easy Living,” a jazz album nominated for a 2015 Independent Music Award. As a proud voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, SAG/AFTRA, and Actors Equity Association, Jennifer Porter continues to make waves both in the music industry and on the stage.

So, ready for the return of Jennifer Porter and her scrumptious blues and soul sound? Look no further than “Yes, I Do!” – her new album streaming everywhere on February 2, 2024!

Track list

1) Before We Call It A Day
2) Yes, I Do
3) Over You
4) All I Needed Was You
5) Don’t Worry No More
6) How Long
7) Lucky Dust (Shining Through)
8) Good Ol’ Wagon


“Every month in Blues Matters the chances of our aural landscape becoming jaded are blown away by new discoveries. Jennifer Porter is one of those American vocalists who will always exist at the cutting edge of fine music…Her versatility is breath-taking.”
– Blues Matters Magazine, UK

“In a mix of soul, blues and jazz, Jennifer’s wonderful voice immediately captures you… A mix between the writing talent of a Carole King and the soul of Norah Jones, with all her skills showcased as an unparalleled masterpiece…For her entire album, we stay under the spell of this woman, Jennifer Porter, after which we take a deep bow to her.”
– Rootsville, NL

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