Jenny Woo is Canadian born. She got into music through her Step-father an accomplished pianist who gave her and her sister lessons. It was training she put to good use. She first got into punk by listening to Rancid’s “Ruby Soho” on the radio. Saving up the money to buy a second hand guitar, she transferred her music skills from keyboard to guitar. She joined her first punk band at the age of thirteen and went from strength to strength. After a while she was intrigued by the skinhead culture. She liked the sharpness and self belief, that skinheads had. Dipping her toe in the water she adopted the skinhead girl look. When Jenny moved into an apartment with thin walls. She bought an acoustic guitar to be able to play and write songs there. She liked the stripped down sound the guitar gave. She released a demo of acoustic songs, which gained her the attention of several record labels. A couple of records followed. Though received well, there were some detractors, whose comments were taken personally by Jenny. She came close to quitting music. Thankfully it galvanised her into writing songs that scathingly answered back the criticism – with titles such as “My revenge”, “I refuse to be a victim” and “Get out of my way”. Thankfully Jenny is a fighter and was soon punching above her weight. She works hard and has toured in each of the seven continents. Try and catch her acoustically or with her band, she’s an act not to be missed.