Jenn Rogar is an activist folk singer/songwriter in the tradition of Joan Baez and Woody Guthrie singing songs about social justice issues and yet she blazes a new trail in singing original songs about the living mother earth and her sacred waters, the goddess and all her sacred beings as well as the joys and follies of earthlings! Jenn’s voice is described as “soothing” “ethereal” and having “a naturalness”. Jenn’s love of nature and freedom grew as a young girl riding her horse Missy everyday through the foothills of the Sierra Nevada which inspired her to sing for the purpose of inspiring others to care about the earth and her creatures. One day in 2008 Jenn chose music over her horse Epona so she could devote all her time and resources to singing and recording. Jenn sings whenever and wherever people will listen.
For more go to her website at www.jennrogar.com. Two CD’s are available via i-tunes and her website and a third CD “Gratitude” will be available in the Spring of 2018.