‘Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings deliver a jazzed-up bombardment of rootsy musicianship that effortlessly intertwines with their stripped back earthy core. The result; a unique and impassioned sound, laid bare and beautiful in its honesty.’ ALDORA RECRORDS
‘The band that everyone who loves beautiful live concerts should know. A beautiful company of musicians who deliver their songs with passion, based on an excellent control of their instruments and with the extraordinary voice of Jenny Wren. A beautiful and powerful hurricane starts up at the moment that Trilsbach sings. Raw and tender, and full of emotion. A delicious rough pearl is nestled between her vocal cords that manages to touch the hearts of the listener.
This is a fantastic live band, go and see them and let them amaze you.’ The Next Gig NL
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‘Spartan arrangements that sound earnest and intricate in equal measure. Lyrical musings on life and love with dirt road sounding guitars dancing with each other in the background.
Jenny wren and her borrowed wings are three musicians at their most intuitive and sympathetic.’ AMERICANA UK
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WHEN WE WERE LIVE is the latest release by Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings. Their 4th album to date. Recorded live in concert at MusicStar in Norderstedt, Germany.
It is full of energy, passion, laughter, tears, whisky, and the fine sound of people gathered together having a great time.
‘We hear powerful Rhythm and Blues statements from this English combo. Their albums showcase the prowess of the Borrowed Wings as they perform acoustic instruments with great proficiency and rhythm, a Blues masterclass.‘
‘Three gifted and imaginative musicians. Rest your weary ears upon their intricate and often jazzy acoustic guitar play. The band has also crafted interesting lyrics to compliment their creative music. The band accomplishes a lot with a little… a welcome relief to the usual electric guitar barrages we have been so used to.’ BLUES BLAST USA