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Jennifer Emard Releases “Beautifully Unbroken” With Its Message That Even if You’re Broken, Never Give Up on Yourself

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Jennifer Emard is a singer-songwriter hailing from Terrell, Texas. She describes her music as Indie Pop, but she has an appreciation for all genres, growing up listening to every genre from Roy Rogers to Celine Dion. She likes using instruments and melodies that lead you through the emotion of the story of the song.

Terrell, Texas. If you have a visitor from out of state, would you first take them to see the Rocking L Guest Ranch, the №1 British Flying Training School Museum, or somewhere else?

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Read that you’ve been performing and studying voice for more than 24 years, and also book voice lessons. What advice would you give to a new artist looking to book lessons?

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The evolution of a song — from the raw emotions to the seasoned artist mindset. How does a songwriter keep what the heart wants to say but make it sound polished?

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From the 1913 opening as the Martin Theatre (drawing crowds to see moving pictures) to 1985, when it was remodeled to include a live stage and renamed Pleasant Jamboree. You said Recently you took your 13-year-old daughter to see where you played classic country at the same age, a place where you Can you describe a favorite memory from playing at the Jamboree?

Do you see your daughters following their mother’s footsteps and pursuing a career in the music industry?

“Beautifully Unbroken.” How does the instrumentation, consisting of only keys, horn, flute, and a slight bass line, help the listener better feel the full effect of the emotional lyrics?

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Facing life’s obstacles head on, not giving up, allows us to rebuild and move forward. What tools help you positively refocus after going through difficult times?

Last year you decided to go solo, change your genre and sound, and totally reinvent yourself — even learning the keyboard so you wouldn’t have to turn down gigs. What’s ahead in 2021?

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