Jennifer Jean Warnes is an American singer, songwriter, arranger and record producer. She has performed as a vocalist on a number of movie soundtracks. She was also a close friend and collaborator of Canadian singer-songwriter and poet Leonard Cohen. She has won two Grammy Awards, in 1983 for the Joe Cocker duet "Up Where We Belong" and in 1988 for the Bill Medley duet "The Time of My Life".
|Birth name:||Jennifer Jean Warnes|
|Born:||March 03, 1947, Seattle, Washington, U.S.|
|Origin:||Anaheim, California, U.S.|
|Genres:||Country rock, pop|
|Occupation(s):||Singer, songwriter, arranger, record producer|
|Labels:||Arista, Cisco Records, Impex, Cypress, Private Music, Shout Factory, Reprise, Parrot, BMG|
|Associated acts:||Bill Medley, Joe Cocker, Leonard Cohen, Randy Newman|
|Website:||Jennifer Warnes's Official site|
|IMDb:||Jennifer Warnes's IMDb|
About Jennifer Warnes
Singer-songwriter who sang the award-winning song "Up Where We Belong" for the 1982 film An Officer and a Gentleman.
She was on the TV show The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour.
She sang the composition "One More Hour" by Randy Newman for the film Ragtime.
She grew up in Seattle and then relocated to Anaheim, California.
She has collaborated several times with her close friend Leonard Cohen.
Information related to Jennifer Warnes
- Leonard Cohen
- Private Music artists
- American country rock singers
- Songwriters from Washington (state)
- Singers from Washington (state)
- Musicians from Seattle
- Singers from Los Angeles
- American female country singers