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MUSICian & Songwriter
Beth Jean’s knack for writing catchy, clever songs has found her steadily growing in today’s children’s music genre through popular Spotify playlists, online streaming sites, podcasts and radio stations from America to Australia. Beth Jean started “fiddling around” with music at age eleven. After becoming an accomplished classically trained violinist, she began playing guitar, songwriting, and playing multiple quirky instruments you hear in her tunes today. Before focusing on children's music, she turned out pop songs heard on such networks as MTV and E!.
A strong component in what shows Beth Jean’s love for creating a dazzling place all of her own in the “kindie” genre is her music videos. From building miniature sets to editing and animating, she loves all stages of the movie-making process. She’s proud to be a “one stop shop”, from designing, to filming, and editing all of her own videos. Just a girl, a guitar and a green screen, and you've got the sparkling world of Beth Jean!
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When not producing videos for screens, she's performing on the stage. She’s had the pleasure to work alongside Volume One & Chippewa Valley Family, (The go-to resource for news and events in western Wisconsin) hosting and performing for their extremely popular Saturday Morning Kids Summer Concert Series. Summer 2019 has been filled with library performances and theaters shows. With a strong background in tap dance, she also has a resume full of choreographing for the stage. From a cast of eighty to a small group of twelve, Beth Jean has professionally choreographed many stage productions of musicals and revues. Having sung in music clubs and coffee shops, traded witty comebacks with her improv team on the Second City stage in Hollywood, and playing a wide range of theatrical roles in plays and musicals, Beth Jean has performed in venues all across the country. Her children's shows have quickly become a popular outing locally, grabbing most attended for her outdoor library show this summer.