Jennifer Batten

Jennifer Batten (born November 29, 1957) is an American guitarist who has worked as a session musician and solo artist.[1] She has released three studio albums: her 1992 debut, Above Below and Beyond (produced by former Stevie Wonder guitarist Michael Sembello), the worldbeat-influenced Jennifer Batten’s Tribal Rage: Momentum in 1997, and Whatever, which was released on CD and DVD in Japan in September 2007 and worldwide in April 2008. She authored two music books: Two Hand Rock (published by Hal Leonard) and The Transcribed Guitar Solos of Peter Sprague. Batten began to play guitar at the age of 8 when her father bought her a “killer red and blue electric”. Her early influences came from The Beatles, BB King, Lightnin’ Hopkins and Jeff Beck. Batten started to experiment with “2 handed tapping technique” from classmate Steve Lynch while attending the Musicians Institute in 1978.

Ass Whoopin

Mental Graffiti

Cruzin’ the Nile

Flight of the bumble bee

Cat Fight

Aint Nothin Like A Fast Car

Whatever

Whammy Damage

Secret Lover

Head Bangers Hair Spray

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