Jenny Vinatieri s a Grand Prize winner of the Divine Tracks Song Contest and a USA International and Unsigned Songwriting Competition Semi-Finalist. She is also a Reverbnation Featured Artist and has received internet radio play around the world. Jenny is a two-time selected artist for the IMA Nominated BWH Music Group "That's Summer" compilation albums.
Jenny was born in Italy and raised in Spain. Her parents did not speak the same language in her early years so Jenny’s first language was a mix of made-up words in Spanish, English, and Italian. Being multi-lingual was both a challenge and a blessing. Jenny was put in special education classes due to language delays and it was there, with the help of a blind teacher, that she learned the power of the written word. Jenny discovered the universal language and healing nature of music. Jenny’s fascination with music, lyrics, and songwriting, as a form of communication, took off from there. She wrote her first song at the age of 8 and in her teen years, she wrote a song that was played at local dance clubs.
It wasn’t until a few years ago that Jenny decided to put out her own project. She purchased beats and worked with a local engineer to produce her debut "Religion." The feedback was overwhelmingly positive. Recently, Jenny had the honor of performing as the headliner for the Susan G. Komen, 'Race for the Cure' walk in Colorado Springs and had her remix track played at the annual YOT Club event. In 2019, Jenny released her second project "Phoenix" in which the title track was selected to be featured on BWH's "That Summer Volume 2" compilation CD.
This year, Jenny is launching an Artist Development company called lyriXchange with a focus on mentoring, writing for, and developing future talent. She believes that music has the power to heal and bring people from all walks of life together.