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Jimmy Sferes & Jennifer White

Updated: May 31

NH Singer/Songwriters/Musicians


Jimmy Sferes and Jennifer White have discovered an uncommon synergy, blending clear and luscious harmonies with complex and imaginative guitar playing. Their engaging live performances feature an eclectic and soulful combination of blues, roots and rock. Their song “Small Stuff” won an Honor Award in the Great American Song Contest, and they have appeared on Garrison Keillor’s "Prairie Home Companion" radio program as well as the Hallmark Channel’s New Morning TV show.  Derek Blackmon from Indie-Music.com says that Sferes & White have, “vocal harmonies that work so well together it sounds almost too good to be true.”

 

White grew up in a musical family but was a relative late bloomer to the professional music scene.  Her first studio effort for the Narrow Gauge Band was produced by Doug Haywood (bass player and background vocalist for Jackson Browne); she has also performed in acapella groups and country rock bands. Sferes played his first guitar at thirteen and during his diverse music and recording career has opened for the likes of David Wilcox, Delbert McClinton, Blues Traveler, Larry Coryell, Richard Elliott, and America. 

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