NEW YORK indigenous Jennifer Marks started performing her make of gentle rock and roll music within the ’90s. She produced her name in the neighborhood music picture, and released her initial Compact disc, Pizza, in 1998 on her behalf own Crimson Kurl Information. She won many nationwide songwriting contests because the discharge, even getting her music in feature movies like the indie Jane Doe. Her second record, My Name’s Not really Red, premiered in 2001 to a good response in university radio, resulting in more national publicity along with a nomination within the American Music Honours Best SONGS competition. Another summer, Marks released her most personal, sultry work yet; It Transformed Me On made an appearance on her very own Crimson Kurl and was co-produced by Brad Albetta and Cameron Greider (Freedy Johnston, P.M. Dawn).