Jennifer Corday is an award-winning singer/songwriter/guitarist with star quality and charisma, presenting live shows that leave people wanting more! With live music venues shut down due to COVID, Corday has launched a new Mobile Music truck that is set up for Corday to perform live on location. She is available for hire to perform at your house, or literally anywhere! (The Jeep has 4W Drive!) Born and raised in Long Beach, Corday has created a sub-culture of loyal fans and followers. Combined with smart marketing, her dynamic personality and musical skill have earned her over 8K FB followers and a flourishing YouTube Channel with over 10K subscribers, where she releases music videos and vlogs. While on break from live shows at local venues and festivals due to the pandemic, Corday continues to write and record, delving into the hearts and homes of her West Coast fans. She is now poised to release a song a month in 2021. While sequestered during COVID-19 lock-down, Corday recorded and released several parodies including the “Bohemian Virus Rhapsody” which went, eh hem, “viral…” but then Corday got serious and recorded perhaps one of her greatest songs to date, “Anchor,” an amazing love song soaring into the hearts of fans. Catch the video on YouTube, shot outside the Queen Mary in Long Beach waters. She then penned “I Can’t Breathe” after George Floyd’s murder, staying up all night to write and record the cello parts. It has become a beloved anthem in support of Black Lives Matter. “Home,” is a raw acoustic track that is featured in the movie Maybe Someday, where Corday also makes an appearance as an actress. The first release of 2021 will be “Shoulda Left Sooner” a hilariously fun country-rock romp with a top-notch video shot in Pioneertown, starring nationally-known comic Suzanne Westenhoefer. Currently in production and scheduled for release in February will be Corday’s remake of the classic Helen Reddy song “I Am Woman,” co-produced with L.A.-based mastermind Matt Thorne of MT Productions.