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Country: Modern Country Moods: Type: Lyrical Country: Progressive Country

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Jeneé Fleenor, a native of Springdale, Arkansas, has played the violin/fiddle since the age of three. She began in the Suzuki classical violin program, and also spent much of her childhood traveling around the country performing in fiddle contests, talent shows, bluegrass festivals and playing fiddle at steel guitar conventions. Through these experiences she was introduced to many legends in the music business. At age eleven Jeneé set foot in a studio for the first time and instantly knew that she wanted to call Nashville her home someday.

Nashville became her new home in 2001 and since that time Jeneé has been a member of several of Nashville's top country and bluegrass touring bands. She landed her first job with bluegrass legend Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time only two weeks after moving to Nashville and played the Grand Ol' Opry for the first time a few weeks later. In 2002 Jeneé began a seven year tour with country star Terri Clark and you can see Jeneé's name in the liner notes of Terri's latest records. Jeneé is currently touring with four-time CMA female vocalist of the year Martina McBride - playing fiddle, acoustic guitar, mandolin and singing background vocals. While touring with such accomplished artists, Jeneé has played the Grand Ol' Opry countless times, and has made numerous television appearances, including Good Morning America, The View, CMA Awards, CCMA Awards, ACM Awards, CMT Crossroads, NASCAR on TNT Network, and Larry's Country Diner.

Jeneé has stepped into the spotlight with the release her new album, Listen To The Woman. This EP showcases her soulful-yet-country vocals, hit-writing ability, and outstanding musical talents. Jeneé co-wrote the majority of the songs, including the heart-felt song, "I Am Strong," which has been nominated for Song of the Year by the IBMA. The IBMA also nominated it for Collaboration of the Year as recorded by Grammy-nominated band, The Grascals, (along with Dolly Parton). Inspired by a child Jeneé knows who had cancer, and St. Jude hospital - the song went #1 on the bluegrass charts for several weeks, the music video reached #16 on GAC's top 20 countdown, was performed on several TV shows including, The Talk and Access Hollywood, and The Grascals and Friends album charted on Billboard.

Whether it's a song she has written, a tune she has sung, or a passionate fiddle solo, Jeneé will keep you wanting more. You will be glad that you took the time to Listen To The Woman.