Rising Christian artist, Jenna Parr, had a small, humble start in the little town of Blackshear, Georgia. Coming from a musical family, it was evident that she was born with musical talents.
Jenna grew up in First Baptist Church and performed in musicals and choirs there since she was a toddler. "For as far back as I can remember, I would beg for a solo in every musical we had at church. I was a sassy little kid and loved having the spotlight," Jenna said laughingly. During her elementary years, she participated in three school talent shows with her singing and had roles in community wide musicals. She also began taking piano lessons in the third grade and continued them until she graduated from high school.
In May of 2017, Jenna released her first EP named "God's Got This." The three-track EP consists of original songs inspired by personal experiences and Bible verses. The song "God's Got This," that the EP was titled after, was inspired by Charlotte Young. Charlotte was the pastor's wife at Jenna's home church and had a personal relationship with Jenna since Jenna was very young. For several years, Charlotte battled cancer until March of 2016 when she went to her heavenly home. Throughout her entire battle, she always remained happy and optimistic, and she coined the phrase "God's Got This."
Jenna's ultimate goal in life is to share God's Word to as many people as possible through her music. "I want people to know how loved they are and how big our God is," she said, "I want them to know that God made us each unique and beautiful and that God is bigger than any struggle. He will never put us in a situation that we can't handle, and He is always in control. I want them to know that God's Got This!"
In June of 2019, Jenna released her rock single "Made For This." The song features artists Randall Broadhead from We Are Vessel and rapper Jordan Copas. The single hit top 40 on Christian rock charts and is the title track to her EP that came out in January of 2020. With the release of her EP, Jenna dropped the new single "Break Me," and it quickly rose towards the top of several charts. The song reached a high of #11 on the national Christian Music Weekly chart and was #1 for 8 weeks straight on ChristianRock.net. In April, a rocking new music video was filmed and released for "Break Me."