Saturday 6th October – Celebration concert at The Green Note

There are still a few tickets left for our 5th birthday celebration gig this coming Saturday at the extremely cosy and characterful Basement Bar of The Green Note in Camden Town.
It’s set to be a great night – We have got it all to give and we are going to give it all we’ve got!

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Upton Blues Festival – This weekend!

We are very much looking forward to playing at UPTON BLUES FESTIVAL, Upton-upon-Severn, this Friday  -20th July.
You can see us on the Meadow Big Top Main Stage at 1.45pm.
Recently voted winners of UK Best Blues Based Festival Of The Year.
There will be over 130 performances over the weekend, spread across three main stages and 11 pubs.
Every event is completely free to attend.
Check out their website for more details


NightJar London – 18.04.18

We are delighted to be playing at the NIGHTJAR London this month.
For anyone who hasn’t visited before the Nightjar is said to be ‘A hidden slice of old-school glamour on the fringes of Shoreditch’.
Please join us for exciting cocktails and low-down textured Rhythm and Blues, Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings style…


129 City Road
Music starts 9.30pm
Seating only, booking a place is highly recommended.
£5 per person added to the bill on the night.


TONIGHT! Live from The Bear Club

TONIGHT! Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings will be bluesing The Bear Club. It’s one of our very most very favourite places to play and we are awfully excited to be returning.

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Ah The Bear, how we love you so.
Just a short train ride up from London and you can find yourself in one of the best Jazz & Blues clubs around. Excellent sound, great building and as always a sensational cellar!

Doors open 7pm. Music starts 8pm.
£9 adv. £10 on the night. Free to ‘Bear Keeper’ members.








Grand Finale this Sunday – Cultuurhuys de Kroon, Waddinxveen NL

We are having an absolute corker of a tour so far. Thank you to everyone who has invited us to come and play and for the great listening audiences that have dug our sounds, it really has been a special experience. We are approaching the final chapter and there are some tickets still available for our grand finale at the Cultuurhuys de Kroon for this Sunday afternoon. Join us for our farewell to Europe for 2017.
Cultuurhuys De Kroon

Cultuurhuys De Kroon

Tickets available here…


The Sound Lounge, new venue and Arts Centre

We are going to be playing at a great new venue and arts centre in Tooting in a few weeks time, The Sound Lounge.
Join us for an evening of heart felt live music and support a fine new venture.

“The Sound Lounge is good news for London’s live music scene.. and hope for London’s live music fans” Time Out Magazine

With support from Lilac Sheer.
Looking forward to this one.
Tickets here…



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!


The Soul of the Blues

Here is ‘Sucker on the Vine’ from our new album A SOUP, played on the brilliant Soul of the Blues last night.
Thank you Jeremy Rees!
We come in around 45:30


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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.

Read the original review in Dutch here… Continue reading