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Jenny Douglas-Foote

 

 

 

 

Jenny Douglas-FooteJenny Douglas-Foote is a talented singer born on March 3 1907(??). Jenny first stated dating her husband, composer, producer and bassist Gary Foote in 2004. The couple tided the knot in a ceremony with family and friends on the 28th February 2010.

During her career Jenny has worked with many artists. In 1990 she joined the popular band TOTO were she met her ex husband musician Warren McRae. Toto was a world success. Since leaving the band Jenny has worked with artists such as; Rob Thomas, Cher, Janet Jackson, Moby, John Mellecamp, Joe Cocker, Enrique Iglesias, Patti Labelle, Nona Hendryx, Patty Austin (god daughter to Qunicy Jones) Glenn Lewis, Joey McIntyre (new kids on the block) and has even sang with Snoop Dogg at a party!

Jenny Douglas-Foote has become a well known name in recent years due to her work with US mega star P!nk. She has provided live vocals on the Im Not Dead and Funhouse Worldwide Tours. She has gained the love and support of thousands during this time and is a well known and loved member of the funhouse family.

 

 

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