Jen Hitt

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Past shows

  • Amphibious Heart Preview #2

    This show was on Aug 30th, 2015 | 18 people watched
    1 Comment
    • Aug 30
      Hearing your beautiful voice and the great songs.
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  • Jen Hitt - Amphibious Heart Preview Show

    This show was on Aug 9th, 2015 | 31 people watched
    3 Comments
    • Aug 9
      Her beautiful music - all of it.
    • Aug 9
      Love you, Jen! Wished I could have been there in person, or even here for all of it. :-p So proud of you and always such a joy to get to see you like this. Smooches!
    • Aug 9
      Loved the new songs. Can't wait to hear them again when I buy the CD!
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Bio

Jen Hitt is a singer and musician in love with yoga, eggs, camping, in-season tomatoes, flowers in her hair, community, dreams, and cheese.

Recently Jen Hitt has been fulfilling her musical desires by
performing original Americana music around Austin, Texas
writing new music for the Song of the Month Club
hosting the weekly radio program Capital Americana
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Jen Hitt is a singer and musician in love with yoga, eggs, camping, in-season tomatoes, flowers in her hair, community, dreams, and cheese.

Recently Jen Hitt has been fulfilling her musical desires by
performing original Americana music around Austin, Texas
writing new music for the Song of the Month Club
hosting the weekly radio program Capital Americana
Jen grew up in Gaithersburg, Md., just outside the DC beltway, where she started singing in choir at the age of 4. At Rice University she learned to sing opera and studied classical composition, and since she was in Texas, balanced school work with performing in a folk duo: playing guitar and singing with Carolyn Shulman.
After college, she worked briefly at the House of Musical Traditions in Takoma Park, Md, learning more about world music and all the instruments that go along with it. She spent several summers as a sound engineer for the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, absorbing all the traditional music the Smithsonian has to offer.

Jen received her Masters in Music from University of Miami in Media Writing and Production, where she refined her composing and film scoring skills. She started as a DJ at KTRU, Houston for 4 years and then WVUM, Miami for 2 years, then joined WAMU in 2005. Up until July 2011, Jen was the Music Content Manager (ie Program Director) for WAMU’s Bluegrass Country.

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