Jennifer Daniels Is Featured Performer On QuaranTunes At Noon Friday

Sunday, June 14, 2020
Jennifer Daniels
Jennifer Daniels

The QuaranTunes at Noon concerts will feature Chattanooga based singer-songwriter Jennifer Daniels on Friday.

Review for Jennifer Daniels:

She has performed at venues and festivals all across the country including the legendary Eddie’s Attic – a listening room known for launching the careers of everyone from the Indigo Girls to Shawn Mullins. Daniels has also been a regular contestant at the venue’s renowned “Open Mic Shoot-Out” contests.

Born in Knoxville, Tn., Jennifer moved with her family to Chattanooga when she was eight. She started singing, playing guitar, and writing songs at a young age. During her college years, she started performing solo shows. Jennifer graduated from Covenant College in Chattanooga with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology, followed by a Master’s degree in counseling from Colorado Christian University.

Over the past few years Jennifer has toured extensively with her husband and band mate Jeff Neal. She also conducts music workshops for educators, facilitates music and movement classes, and performs interactive songs and stories at schools and libraries.

The concerts have featured national touring and regional artists and previous performances are still available at the WoodSongs Dalton Facebook page. A Facebook account is not necessary to watch the concerts and they can be accessed at https://www.facebook.com/woodsongsdaltonconcerts/.  

The final WoodSongs Dalton QuaranTunes @Noon concert will feature and husband and wife duo Tony and Heather Berry Mabe on June 26. The WoodSongs Dalton concert series, now in its tenth year has provided the North Georgia area with family friendly music while benefiting local non-profits.

Proceeds from the concert will benefit the DEO Clinic, a 501(c)3 that provides medical care to low income uninsured individuals. Donations to the DEO Clinic can be made online at www.deoclinic.org or mailed to the DEO Clinic at P. O. Box 814 Dalton, GA 30722.

The concert series is sponsored in part by the Dalton Convention and Visitors Bureau, Friends of WoodSongs, and numerous local business sponsors.


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