Technically speaking, Jennifer McGill is making her official worldwide debut as a singer/songwriter with the abundantly anticipated album Unbreakable. But even though she’s being tagged a “new artist” for the very first time knocking unashamedly at the door of 40 while insisting you’re “never past your prime of purpose,” this is far from her first foray into entertainment. What started as almost a clean sweep of nearly 50 pageant victories from age seven in a small Texas town quickly evolved into seven seasons in Orlando on the Disney Channel’s wildly popular “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” in the late ‘80s well into the ‘90s, which she describes as a sort of “‘Saturday Night Live’ for kids” featuring interviews, skits, variety show-styled razzle dazzle, and of course, loads of singing.
Listen HERE to Jennifer’s interview on Corner Cafe: Sharing the Story & Heart of an Artist, with Music Variety. The show airs live every Saturday @ 9 p.m. (MST) on 95.3 FM / 1220 AM KLDC. Online streaming: CornerCafeRadio.com & also on the TuneIn radio app.