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The Wailin’ Jennys – 40 Days 

Despite what the band’s name suggests, the Wailin’ Jennys are not a feminine take on the music of the late country music outlaw Waylon Jennings. Rather, they are a Canadian trio of singer-songwriters with an engaging folk-pop sound and an eclectic range of material Despite what the band’s name suggests, the Wailin’ Jennys are not a feminine take on the music of the late country music outlaw Waylon Jennings. Rather, they are a Canadian trio of singer-songwriters with an engaging folk-pop sound and an eclectic range of material. Cara Luft, Nicky Mehta, and Ruth Moody all had well-established careers when they joined up for a one-shot gig in 2002 and discovered that their voices blended in almost eerily perfect harmony. Their search to see where that harmony would lead them resulted in 40 Days. Each Jenny contributes a couple of original songs, and although their writing styles are quite differentǃ