Singer/songwriter and musician Jennifer Turner first got her start playing guitar with Natalie Merchant. Having guested on Merchant's 1995 solo effort Tigerlily, Turner crafted a playing style that would lead her to her next project: Furslide. She, bassist Jason Lader, and drummer Adam MacDougall inked a deal with Virgin in early 1998 and hooked up with Nellee Hooper for Furslide's debut, Adventure. The album would gain play among college radio and tours with Lenny Kravitz, Smashing Pumpkins, and Alanis Morissette pushed Furslide to sell 25,000 copies of Adventure. Turner, however, disappeared after such critical, whirlwind success. She needed a rest from such mainstream control. By 2001, she had re-emerged with her own label, Caboose, and a fresh batch of songs. Now going by the moniker Inner, Turner's sweetly tainted demeanor took shape and such freshness was captured on Inner's first album, Lovetheonlyway, in May 2002. Inner's releases are available from Caboose Music's website, www.caboosemusic.com. ~ MacKenzie WilsonPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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