Jenna Sue is a vocalist from Upstate New York with more than 15 years of professional singing under her belt. Throughout her career, she has performed in country, rock, pop and wedding bands. As a teenager, she entered local singing competitions, quickly connecting with fans through her powerful voice.

 

In 2002 and 2003, she was named Capital Region Idol, a designation that took her twice to California. In 2004, she opened for WGNA’s Countryfest where she sang the National Anthem before a crowd of 40,000.

In 2014 and 2015, Jenna joined The Sixties Rock Experience tour where she portrayed Linda Ronstadt, Dusty Springfield, and Lulu.

In 2016, she was voted Country Idol with 100.9 The Cat.

In 2018, she was nominated for Best Female Vocalist of the Year by the North Country Music Awards.

Jenna has opened for country music stars Charlie Louvin, the Eli Young Band, Granger Smith, Trent Harmon, Maddie and Tae, High Valley and Runaway June. She’s also had the pleasure to meet Shania Twain, Lorrie Morgan, and American Idol finalist Kimberly Locke. Randy Jackson has praised her vocal talent. A country girl at heart, Jenna enjoys performing songs that keep her true to her roots. However, possessing a dynamic and powerful range allows her to cover other musical genres as well including blue grass, pop, and soft rock. Jenna has supported her community by giving back to a number of local charities. She’s twice been a guest on the Cerebral Palsy Telethon, and has recorded a track on an album for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The CD was sold commercially at Borders Books. In 2017, she participated in an event to support the Special Olympics. In 2018, she donated her time to support our veterans and several Christmas toy drives.