Jenni Muldaur

Jenni Muldaur (born March 29, 1965, Boston, Massachusetts, United States) is an American blues and folk-rock singer-songwriter. She is the daughter of recording artists Geoff and Maria Muldaur, sister of Clare Muldaur and niece of actress Diana Muldaur. She grew up in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Muldaur's musical career took off when she was 24 when she was asked to join band for a world tour and a subsequent recording. Jenni's vocals soon became sought after and she went on to record with Eric Clapton, Marianne Faithfull, Donald Fagen, Rufus Wainwright, Teddy Thompson, Linda Thompson, John Cale, Hole, Richard Barone, and tour with Ronnie Spector, Lou Reed and David Byrne. With deep roots in folk and blues, Jenni expanded her horizons and embraced modern musical styles in collaborations with such punk visionaries as John Cale and Robert Quine.
Solo albums
*1992 Jenni Muldaur (arranger, vocals, performer)
*2008 Dearest Darlin', (vocals)
As contributing artist
*1975 Is Having A Wonderful Time, Geoff Muldaur: Vocals
*1978 Geoff & Amos, Geoff Muldaur with Amos Garrett: Vocals
*1986 Strange Language, Debora Iyall: Backing vocals
*1989 Nearly Human, Todd Rundgren: Choir, chorus
*1991 2nd Wind, Todd Rundgren: Vocals
*1992 Rush, Eric Clapton film music: Backing vocals
*1992 On the Sunny Side, Maria Muldaur: Vocals
*1993 Kamakiriad, Donald Fagen: Backing vocals
*1993 Blink of an Eye, Michael McDonald: Backing vocals
*1994 Last Day on Earth, John Cale/Bob Neuwirth: Vocals
*1994 In Love, Jazz Passengers: Vocals
*1998 De Granada a la Luna, FGL: Coro
*1998 In with the Out Crowd, Bob Holman: Vocals
*1998 Very Best of Meatloaf, Meat Loaf: Backing vocals
*1998 Joying on the Vibe of Life, Reiss: Backing vocals
*1998 Secret Handshake, Geoff Muldaur: Backing vocals
*1999 Social Studies, Loudon Wainwright III: Vocals
*1999 Sundown on the Forest, Kingfish: Vocals
*2001 Avalon Blues: A Tribute to the Music of Mississippi J, various artists: Vocals
*2001 Make a World, Angry Elves: Vocals
*2002 Rough Dreams, Shivaree: Backing vocals
*2003 Private Astronomy: A Vision of the Music of Bix Be, Geoff Muldaur's Futuristic Ensemble: Group member
*2003 Want One, Rufus Wainwright: Vocals
*2004 Want Two, Rufus Wainwright: Vocals
*2005 Ultimate Collection, Michael McDonald: Backing vocals
*2005 Want, Rufus Wainwright: Vocals
*2006 No Wish to Reminisce, Neal Casal: Harmony vocals
*2006 Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs, and Chanteys, various artists: Vocals
*2006 Separate Ways, Teddy Thompson: Backing vocals
*2007 Hourglass, Dave Gahan: Backing vocals
*2007 It's a Condition/Strange Language, Romeo Void/Debora Iyall: Backing vocals
*2007 The Movie, Clare & the Reasons: Vocals, instrumentation
*2007 Release the Stars, Rufus Wainwright: Backing vocals
*2007 Upfront & Down Low, Teddy Thompson: Vocals
*2007 Versatile Heart, Linda Thompson: Harmony vocals
*2007 Easy Come, Easy Go, Marianne Faithfull: Vocals
*2010 Nobody's Daughter, Hole: Vocals
*2011 Bella, Teddy Thompson: Vocals on "Tell Me What You Want"
*2013 The Ballad of Boogie Christ, Joseph Arthur: backing vocals
* 2013 Sing Me the Songs: Celebrating the Works of Kate McGarrigle: featured performer
*2013 Son of Rogues Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys, various artists: lead performer on "Row the Boat Child"
*1988-1990 Todd Rundgren
*2003 Rufus Wainwright
*2008-2009 David Byrne World Tour: Songs of David Byrne and Brian Eno: Backing singer
*2008 Lou Reed Berlin Tour: Backing singer
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