Where I Am garners #14 slot for Top 20 from September on Woman of Substance Radio and will now enter heavy rotation for the month of October!

Thank you so much for all of your votes!

Top 20 Indie Songs for September 2014

Tivoli Skye Secures the TOP 2 SPOTS!

1. Tivoli Skye – Our Hearts Are One
2. Tivoli Skye – I Am Yours
3. Nikki Nash – Room For Me
4. Mary Kay Maas – Barbie Can’t Stand Up
5. Rece Jay – The Trump
6. PJ Brunson – Free To Choose
7. Voodoo Highway – Walmart Killed Mainstreet
8. Jennifer Jones – Tell Me
9. FUE – Go On
10. Randi Fay – Falling
11. Jenny Van Alstyne – Angel (Sarah McLachlan Cover)
12. FUE – Arms (Christina Perri Cover)
13. Jenna Laurise – You Are My Happy
14. Jen Haugland – Where I Am
15. Kiyomi – Fields Of Gold (Sting Cover)
16. Tandem Rain -Hell To Pay
17. Che-Val – My Beat
18. ces Music – Wicked Game
19. Alanna – Light In Your Eyes (Sheryl Crow Cover)
20. Christine DeMeo – Wear You Down

More new merchandise for Jen’s Where I Am Tour!

A package of 10 inspirational photographs taken by Jen of places in the Pacific Northwest of Washington State with 10 inspirational messages themed to each song on her new album, Where I Am. On the backside is a light grey scale watermark of Jen’s new album cover and website url to her music ministry that you can share along with a note of encouragement to a friend or family member. Envelopes are included.

The set will be available at ministry events for $7.00. Again, we will make these available on the website after the tour this summer!

Photos/Messages on individual cards:

1. The new Tacoma Narrow’s Bridge “Intentionally”. (Song: Intentionally)

2. No day in the PNW is complete without a rainy day. “even rainy days when I haven’t got the words to say” (Song: Where I Am)

3. Sunrise from the Washington State Bainbridge Island Ferry heading to Seattle. “I get a different view of my day…and I’m not the same.” (song: Little Bit Crazy)

4. Grand Ridge Hiking Trail from Deer Park to Obstruction Point, Olympic National Park. “Today…where yesterday and tomorrow meet.” (Song: The In-Between)

5. Mountain Wildflowers, Olympic National Park. “You’re not too small or insignificant. Cherished & Blessed” (Song: So Hard To Find)

6. Marymere Falls Trail, Olympic Peninsula. “As my struggles shape and redefine me… They’re drawing me so near.” (Song: Deep Into You)

7. Washington State Edmonds Ferry to Kingston. “He Reconciles”. (Song: Loved You Well)

8. Sunset view from The Olympic Discovery Trail in Sequim across the Straits of Juan de Fuca to Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. “If we keep our minds on You, You’ll bring Your perfect peace.” (Song: Peace)

9. Sunset breaking through storm clouds on Bainbridge Island. “Your love calls us to Remain”. (Song: The Storm)

10. Bird nest found in a bush in Jen’s backyard. “Be still enough to see. #ForAllTheWays”. (Song: For All The Ways)


Released my new music video today with Creative Soul Records for Deep Into You. It was a fun and mellow acoustic set with Dave Cleveland and Mark Burchfield at Mark’s Watershed Recording Studio, Nashville, TN. I was so honored to have the two of them play for me. Dave was instrumental (ha, no pun intended) in pulling the whole thing off! Thanks Dave! This is the first video of a series of 3. Two more will be released in the near future! 😉

Read the story behind the song at: Behind The Songs – Deep Into You

Blessings & Enjoy!


 Come hang out with us here! There will be coffee, tea and cookies and open mic before my set (bring your own mug!). ;p

The Living Room Lodge

Calvary Chapel Eastside, 5130 164th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA 98006

THIS FRIDAY, May 2nd @ 7 p.m!

If you live in the area, I hope you can come! I would love to meet you and share my new CD (pre-release!) with you that was produced and co-written with my Producer, Eric Copeland of Creative Soul Records in Nashville, TN. Releases May 6!

Save the Date:

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Jen Haugland – Where I Am – Album Release Concert

Friday, May 9, 2014,  at 7 p.m.

Sequim Community Church

950 N. 5th Ave, Sequim, WA


Plans have been underway for a great release concert here in our little community of Sequim! I am so excited and proud to introduce this new release to you straight from the heart of music city and the Christian music industry! It’s been a labor of love, sacrifice and placing a lot of trust in my Savior to see this project come to completion. So all of you who live close or happen to be attending the Sequim Irrigation Festival the weekend of May 9, you are hereby personally invited to my release concert!! It’s also Mother’s Day weekend, so come on and bring your momma in (or wife) for a fun free evening (I promise, you will score points with her on this!).

Jeremy Cays of Jeremy Cays Productions, is overseeing the production of the concert and is doing an incredible job lining things up for me. I will be backed by talented, local musicians: Dillan Witherow, Jonathan Simonson, Jason Taylor, Kirk Thomas, Steven Mangiameli, and Mike Madison. Also being featured will be local singer-songwriter Tom Taylor who will also share 3 of his songs he has written.

Where I Am is proudly produced and co-written with my producer, Eric Copeland, President of Creative Soul Records, Nashville, TN. I have worked very hard with Eric over the past 16 months with this project and it has really paid off as you listen to the final product. We are both very proud of how it turned out and we had a lot of fun creating it! We left a lot of room for the songs to grow: between my scratch demos, to Eric’s creative imagination with the composing, arranging and production, to the stellar skill and talent of the Nashville session players doing what they do best.

“After working through Creative Soul’s Artist Development program, Copeland saw promise in several of Jen’s new songs. They began tracking on the new songs, and then co-writing on several new songs. It was soon very obvious, a special collection of songs were forming.

Working with some of the top musicians in the Christian music business (Dave Cleveland, Mark Hill, Jason Webb, Mark Baldwin and more) and mixed by Grammy-winning engineer Ronnie Brookshire, the new album is a unique blend of contemporary pop and rock, mixed with some out of the box arrangements.

This album is like an onion,” says producer Eric Copeland. “It starts with current sounding pop, but then you just start peeling away the layers. With each song, the album takes on new dimensions. It’s been a pleasure to create and now to listen to!”

Additionally, Loretta Sassaman of Spin That 45 had this to say in her recent review: “…this 11-track album is an impressive project of music that should not be ignored.  Well crafted and thought out, it has the ingredients to be considered timeless.” (read the rest of her review on Spin That 45).

Looking forward to seeing you there! It’s going to be a lot of fun! We will have fresh baked cookies, coffee, tea, and water waiting for you and a couple of other surprises! See the attached poster for all the details!

God bless you and see you soon!