LA-transplant Jenna Lotti originally began writing poetry for self-medication to cope with her anxiety & depression when she was diagnosed at just age 10. She later began to turn her poems into original songs and was convinced by close friends to attend a local open mic. Her unique mix of vulnerability and soulful talent was met with an overwhelmingly positive response, persuading the blooming singer songwriter to explore this creative outlet further. Over the next few years she incessantly wrote tunes, learned to play the guitar and started recording YouTube videos (in her bathroom). Her first musical sketches drew heavily from her childhood musical influences in blues, soul and big band but she quickly began to firm up a more pop-centric sound as she commenced extensive tours of the East & West Coasts. Lotti's sound distills her signature soul-drenched vulnerability into a broadly accessible touch of arena ready pop, mixing her compelling songwriting with glitzy production and radio ready hooks. Jenna was nominated for "Pop Act of the Year" by the Boston Music Awards in 2017 and was nominated for "Female Performer of the Year" in 2016 & 2017 by The New England Music Awards. This recognition was punctuated by invitations to open for national acts such as Hunter Hayes and Barns Courtney.