Jennifer J. Arroyo is an American bassist best known for her tenure in the Canadian alternative metal group Kittie. While living in the Washington, D.C. area, she was the bassist for the rap metal band Spine. The band released two albums, and was quite popular in the Mid-Atlantic music scene, but did not manage to go much further, eventually breaking up after releasing one national label album. Her career in Kittie started after Talena Atfield left Kittie in 2002 without citing any official reasons. Jennifer had previously befriended the band when she was with Spine while filming a performance on the short-lived television show Farmclub.com, in Los Angeles, California. With a vacancy in the band, the remaining band members of Kittie invited Jennifer to join their band full-time. On March 23, 2005, Morgan Lander made a post indicating that both Marx and Arroyo had left the band. Arroyo's split was amicable while Marx's was a surprise.
|Birth name:||Jennifer J. Arroyo|
|Also known as:||Lady J, MS. JENNCiTY|
|Born:||March 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.
Jennifer Arroyo Before Fame
Before beginning her association with Kittie, she joined a Washington, D.C. metal and rap fusion group called Spine.
Achievement of Jennifer Arroyo
She competed on the fourteenth season of CBS's Big Brother reality series, finishing the competition in fifth place.
Jennifer Arroyo Family Life
She was born in Staten Island, New York. Throughout her music career, she was open about her lesbian identity.
Associations of Jennifer Arroyo
She joined Kittie in 2002, following the sudden departure of the band's previous bassist, Talena Atfield.
Information related to Jennifer Arroyo
- American heavy metal bass guitarists
- Hispanic and Latino American musicians