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Jenny Lopez a/k/a Jenny Love was born in Miami, where she developed her musical interests. Jazz was a major influence and she began classical and jazz vocal training, at 13, while performing with her father’s 6-piece Latin band. As a teen, Jenny sang in gospel choirs and created a blend of Latin funk with powerhouse-southern soul. She is the only Latin artist sponsored by Peterson's Harley Davidson. In 2007, she was Billboard Latino’s House Band Musical Director and performer. She performed with Arturo Sandoval, Michael Orta, Bobby McFerrin, Gloria Estefan, Nicole Yarling, Julio Sabala, Nicole Henry, the Luis Espindola Latin Jazz Band and Negroni's Trio. She appeared on TV on Sabado Gigante, Mega TV's La Descarga con Albita and Maria Elvira Live. She won first place in the Miami International Song Festival for Best Performance and Best Song in July 2011. She collaborated with Conjunto Impacto on "El Regreso" their first album, after 26 years, under Conjunto Impacto director and founder Mario Perez.

Jenny loves community service initiatives. She is a member of Chrome Knights Motorcycle Association and is involved in Commissioner José Pepe Diaz's Christmas in July event for Kids & Families. Her charity event Speed to Feed with Chrome Knights raised $98k for weekend meals for under-privileged children. Jenny sang the national anthem for US Southern Command, the Sean Taylor Foundation Celebrity Softball Game and performed with renowned artists Donato Poveda and Melina Leon for “Kike”, a boy injured by a stray bullet. She is an AIDS advocate and a member of the South Florida Aids Network.

Music is my vehicle; it is my force, it is my life, and my truest love. ~ Jenny Love