Next month Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings will be celebrating their five year anniversary at the very special Green Note Basement Bar – London.

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Expect an evening of live heartfelt Rhythm and Blues in a nearly acoustic concert within the wonderfully cosy and charismatic basement bar of the Green Note.
Songs old and new from the past five excellent years of music together, played with our usual gusto and straight from the heart!

TICKETS – http://www.wegottickets.com/greennote/event/446179
GREEN NOTE – https://www.greennote.co.uk/production/jenny-wren-and-her-borrowed-wings/


London double

There is just enough time, before we settle into our yuletide pipe and slippers, for our last gigs of 2016. Coming up this Wednesday, we have our monthly double at our usual haunts – Ain’t Nothin’ But in Soho from 6:30pm, then onto coclogo.ktail heaven at NOLA in Shoreditch from 9:30pm.
See you there!

A fantastic Soiree


Many thanks and much love to all the friends, old and new, who came to our album launch last night. It really was a very special and wonderful evening.
And a huge thank you to all at No.14 Bacon St for having us. It was the perfect venue for our soiree and we can’t wait to return.

Anybody who couldn’t make it, fear not! Atone for your sins this Saturday and catch us at the brilliant The Bear Club, Luton, for the final night of this launch run.
Details can be found here – http://www.the-bear.club/yt9qvrijcso9uqzp70o55dzg9h2mgf




London Cocktail week

It’s London cocktail week and Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings are heading into the big smoke IMG_8998for their monthly double. Ain’t Nothin’ But – The Blues Bar in Soho first for an early evening rhythm and blues scorcher from 6:30pm, then on to the home and heart of London cocktails – Nola in Shoreditch for an intimate acoustic set from 9:30pm.
See you there!




Crowdfunder – Album Launch Concert

Calling all friends and music lovers! As we nervously clear our throats and gaze awkwardly at our shuffling feet, we would like to ask you for your help and support. Instead of a CROWDFUNDER for our soon to be released second album  A SOUP,FRONT COVER for Headed paper we are raising some money to help us fund the album by holding a very special and intimate launch concert in London on Thursday 3rd November. We are coyly asking for for ten pounds a ticket for this magical evening of live music and all of the money raised at the concert will go towards the costs of making the album.
Please encourage original live music as we humbly ask for your support in keeping the Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings train a-rolling along.
Expect heartfelt live music played with gusto, free Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings goodies and a fanstastic candlelit soiree in one of London’s lovliest small music venues, No.14 Bacon St. near the hip and a-happening Brick Lane.
Please follow this link and snap up your tickets to join us and be part of our celebration for the new album.



Thank you to all of the familiar faces and fans that have given us support over the past few years and here’s to many more of music making.logo.
Lots of love,
Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings



A SOUP – Review – The Next Gig (NL)

A big thank you to Richard Wagenaar from The Next Gig in the Netherlands for this great review of A SOUP.

Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings – A Soup
Richard Wagenaar, The Next Gig (NL)

As a successor for ‘Dead Man’s Hat’, the great debut album from British Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings before they had any reputation in the Netherlands is the equally beautiful ‘A Soup’. Thirteen well written and powerful songs that have a more urgent, relentless sound than the first album. The voice of Jenny Trilsbach is to fall in love. What a singer with power and rawness, but still very sensitive. FRONT COVER for Headed paperThe instrumental combination of Jenny Trilsbach on bass, Ben Gallon on the acoustic guitar and Ben Fisher on the resonator works par excellence. It gives a beautiful acoustic rhythm and blues sound. The trio brings songs with eloquence. “The Leaving” is beautiful. ‘Until It’s My Time To Go’ more than impressive. Jenny Wren and her Borrowed Wings thirteen beautiful songs on one weave, with a nice variety. One song swings, the other issue is sensitive. Beautiful songs like ‘Brick by Brick’, ‘Some Big Deal’ ‘This Song Is A Lie’ make ‘A Soup’ a beautiful sequel to ‘Dead Man’s Hat’ which is perhaps more accessible than ‘A Soup’, but the new album is just as strong. “The Promised Land”, closes the album and the promise is certainly kept.

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