Jennifer J. Arroyo is an American bassist best known for her tenure in the Canadian alternative metal group Kittie.
|Birth name:||Jennifer J. Arroyo|
|Also known as:||Lady J, MS. JENNCiTY|
|Born:||Mar 20, 1975|
|Origin:||Staten Island, New York, U.S.|
|Labels:||Revo, Artemis, Roadrunner|
|Associated acts:||Spine, Kittie, Suicide City|
About Jennifer Arroyo
Known best for her work with the Canadian metal band Kittie, this New York-born bass guitarist later performed with the Brooklyn punk-rock group Suicide City.
Before beginning her association with Kittie, she joined a Washington, D.C. metal and rap fusion group called Spine.
She competed on the fourteenth season of CBS's Big Brother reality series, finishing the competition in fifth place.
She was born in Staten Island, New York. Throughout her music career, she was open about her lesbian identity.
She joined Kittie in 2002, following the sudden departure of the band's previous bassist, Talena Atfield.
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