The London Electric Guitar Show has announced that the world-renowned session player and solo recording artist, Jennifer Batten, will be joining the line-up for this year’s electric invasion of London.
Jennifer’s distinct tone can be heard across the back catalogue of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, and Brit guitar hero, Jeff Beck. Jennifer, notable for her shredding alongside Jackson for over 10 years, and the infamous Super Bowl performance of 1993, will be playing her only UK performance of 2012 on the main stage of The London Electric Guitar Show on Saturday 10th November and then holding a one-off masterclass on Sunday 11th.
Aside from her session work, Jennifer is a critically acclaimed solo artist, releasing a number of albums with producer, Michael Sembello (Stevie Wonder’s axe man). Jennifer will be playing in support of her third solo output, Whatever, which includes a multimedia extravaganza and forms the basis of her innovative approach to live shows, paying homage to her own solo work and former musical partner, Michael Jackson.
Jennifer’s main stage performance will bring together over two decade’s worth of musical experience, multimedia effects and soaring guitar wizardry in an exclusive showcase for The London Electric Guitar Show this November.
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