Jennie Vee is a songwriter, guitarist and bassist from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. She has played bass with Courtney Love, supported Echo and The Bunnymen and the Manic Street Preachers and played with Tamaryn. Vee grew up listening to Hole, The Cure and Jane's Addiction and taught herself guitar. She quit high school and relocated to Southsea, England, where she recorded her first demo with her musical mentor Jim Shaw from the band Cranes. She returned to Canada and formed a band, Tuuli, who released an EP on Sympathy for the Record Industry, an LP on Linus and her songs were featured on Comedy Central and Degrassi: The Next Generation. She released her solo EP Die Alone in 2014 and was subsequently discovered by Love who recruited her to play bass for the Endless Summer tour with Lana Del Rey. Her first full-length album, Spying, was released the following year. She lives in Los Angeles, California and is a touring member of Eagles of Death Metal.
About Jennie Vee
Canadian singer, writer, and musician who is know for being a touring member of the groups Eagles of Death Metal and Echo and The Bunnymen. She is also known for her solo work and released the albums Suffer in 2017 and Spying in 2015.
She dropped out of high school and moved to Southsea after teaching herself guitar. After recording her first EP, she formed the band Tuuli which was signed to the Sympathy for the Record Industry label.
Her music has been featured on the show Degrassi: The Next Generation as well as several shows on Comedy Central.
She was born and raised in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada but later settled in Los Angeles.
She was asked to play bass during the Endless Summer tour with Lana Del Rey.
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- Musicians from Greater Sudbury
- Canadian rock bass guitarists
- Canadian female songwriters
- Female bass guitarists