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Edward Jenny Music website

finally getting close to a new version of our website with more of a focus on the current available albums.

I am currently finishing up spring quarter refreshing my web and mobile dev skills.
My primary project in class is this website, so I will have a reasonable ‘portfolio’ project to show for it and use on my resume LOL

anyhow I can’t wait. and once the basic site is up I will be adding other facets like my art and photography which already sells online through Zazzle and CafePress. And of course there will a resume page because like most musicians these days one needs a day gig or two to keep it all going, mine for the last 25 plus years has been in software at Microsoft, ATT, LiveAreaLabs/PFSWeb, WorldVision, etc.

will let you know when this is out there …

btw “blues in the key of hope” is available as downloads at CDBaby, Amazon, iTunes, etc.


Edward Jenny


Digital music production

For countless years i worked in analog mode in studios and gigs, as an engineer and musician. I miss having the gear or access to the gear that supports that rich aural realm.

But by the same token, i have been fully digital for 5 years and find it to be very cool in it’s own right. I have written and recorded many albums worth of instrumentals and a few new vocal tunes as well as re-recording songs i have written in the last 50+ years. We, at Sunforest-Waterwahl publishing are doing our best to complete projects, release them and currently are working finishing package for more of them to produce CD’s

Samples and streaming can be heard at http://soundcloud.com/fenderman-1 and also found for sale on iTunes, Amazon, Bandcamp, CDBaby (my distributor and sub-publisher) and many more. Fortunately my music is getting global play and downloads.

Also good that i have a day job because the music business does not support writers like they used to 🙂 But for me the whole point is to get it out there and hope it helps people feel better about the day to day chaos of life in the 21st century on this rock.

Be well, Peace.

Edward Jenny