Jenny Jordan Frogley is one of the most popular LDS vocalists. Not only has she opened for Ray Charles, filled-in for Aretha Franklin and Gladys Knight, but she has recorded on nearly 100 albums! She knows the studio, inside and out. Jenny’s been on commercials for CBS and Disney, film soundtracks, and can be heard on classical, pop, and inspirational albums.
Music has been a part of Jenny’s life since she was young. In college, while studying Music/Dance/Theater, Jenny was able to sing and dance in theaters across the country, including Opryland USA. She loves adventure and trying new things, so she joined a Midwest communications company. There, she wrote and produced jingles for radio and television. The adventure paid off, winning her 4 Addy Awards for Excellence in Advertising.
During the 2002 Winter Olympic Games’ torch ceremony, Jenny performed the theme song. She then sang for a group of world leaders who came to represent their countries. To her pleasant and humble surprise, Jenny was asked to stand-in for Gladys Knight…for an audience of more than 20,000 anxious Gladys Knight fans. Fortunately, the performance was a success, and Jenny gained the devotion of thousands.
Speaking of ‘in-studio’, Jenny recorded live with the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. She then toured Europe, performing in many cathedrals. Her performances in cathedrals radically differed from her Radio City Music Hall debut, where she dazzled a sold-out crowd. This contrast of venues barely skims the surface in telling of the range of vocal capability Jenny possesses.
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