Jeneé Fleenor, a native of Springdale, Arkansas, started with the Suzuki Violin method of training at only 3 years old. At the age of 5 she started learning fiddle tunes, and soon after her parents had her traveling around to fiddle contests, talent competitions, and festivals to hone in on their daughter’s talents.
Well, it must’ve all paid off because a few weeks after moving to Nashville (just out of high school) she quickly got a gig with well known songwriter, and bluegrass band, Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time, played the Grand Ole Opry a couple months after moving to town, and only a year and a half later got a call to audition for the country music star, Terri Clark. She passed that audition with flying colors and has now been a part of the Terri Clark band since 2002. Accomplishing just a few of her lifetime goals in such a short time after moving to Nashville was (and still is) an incredible experience. When Jeneé is not on the road she is spending her time writing songs.