Vocalist Jennifer Onesto got her begin singing backup in a variety of Chicago bands through the mid-1980s. When she was 20, she sang to get a 50/60s cover music group. Their blues-inspired audio was well-liked by city bars, permitting Onesto and her close friends to land back-up gigs for Bo Diddley and Del Shannon every time they rolled in to the Windy Town. After they dissolved, Onesto founded Burnt Toast plus they went on to execute together before middle-1990s. In 1996, The Jennifer Onesto Music group came collectively for Onesto’s debut Compact disc Twenty Homes. Onesto earned a music competition thanks to 101.9FM “The Blend” in Chicago. Such publicity proved fantastic for Onesto. That summer season she participated in the city’s largest outdoor music event, “The Flavor of Chicago.” Gigs with Dave Barrett and his music group The Big Infants soon followed, nevertheless Onesto took a rest to become mother.