Twila Jean 

Real. Original. Songstress.



COVID has wreaked havoc with the artistic communities worldwide, and Twila's performances at Summerfest 2020, Brewers games, Shank Hall and numerous other venues and festivals were canceled. Still collaborating virtually has kept her in the game, though, as discussed with Blaine Schultz of "The Shepherd Express."


Twila's first album "Redemption"was  released September 2017, and the music video to "Bring Me Your Dark" was released 11/11 and is currently showing on YouTube.





Redemption" is available at The Shinery Cedarburg as well as The Exclusive Company on Milwaukee's east side and Greenfield locations.




Twila Jean and Recording Engineer/ Producer Joe Polizzi were Tim Nobles' guests on WMSE-Milwaukee "Why My Head Hurts." 

Redemption - Twila Jean
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A very recent relocation from Milwaukee to Madison (family priorities) opens up new possibilities as a writer. Summer 2021 provides a soft start to getting back out there in COVID safe environments. 

Unique Projects

Honoring the music of prog rock keyboard wizard Rick Wakeman, Twila put together a charity event at Shank Hall January 14, 2020, featuring the best Milwaukee area keyboardists and their bands in an evening of Wakeman music. Twila Jean, keyboardist Terry Michaels, and percussionist Tony Jefferson were Paul Hosts's guests on WMSE's "Why My Head Hurts" to discuss this event.

Keys for a Cause InterviewWhy My Head Hurts
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