Jen Lilley’s creative prowess does not end when the director yells cut, she is also a singer and songwriter. Lilley balances her day job with her lifelong passion of 1960’s girl groups to create a collection of timeless songs that is set to have a whole new generation singing along. Her music exudes the same sultry ferocity of Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton, with Phil Spector’s wall of sound treatment via Rosie Danvers and her 50-piece orchestra.
AXS.com said, “In her debut single, “King of Hearts,” Lilley conjures up the sound of a 1960s girl group and embodies the same essence of Amy Winehouse. She takes a nostalgic twist on a modern song that will remind you of what classic music sounds like and have you longing for the days of Motown. For her upcoming album (due out February 2019), the singer-songwriter teamed up with famed producer Adrian Gurvitz, Rosie Danvers and her 50 piece orchestra, Eric Wortham (keys), Peter Randall (bass), Dean Parker (guitar), and Greg Bassinett (drums). The all-stars she has lined up behind her have collaborated with everyone from Whitney Houston and Michael Jackson, to Ringo Starr and Adele.”