When Jeannine Maria Bruschetta Lonardo was born sometime in the late 70’s/early 80’s, she brought a revolution in music with her. In essence, it is she that ended disco and gave us back the distorted guitar. Her contribution to music continued through her adolescence. As a child, Jeannine shunned the smaller, more plebeian fiddle and instead picked up the viola which, as she aged, did well in complementing her operatic alto.
Jeannine moved to Columbus to pursue a degree in English and Italian (for some reason) and ended up a fixture at local shows. In the years since her arrival, she has become a connoisseur of Columbus music and an integral cog in the machine of the scene. You’ll find Jeannine at any bar in Columbus as long as the music is good and the bourbon is plentiful.
In more recent adventures, she's decided to expand her horizions. You'll find her skulking around the music scene in Louisville, Austin, Nashville, and LA.