Jodi Siegel was born in Chicago, IL. The Home of the Blues! In the late 80’s she relocated to California and immediately began playing and singing in countless blues, R & B, pop and original music bands throughout the Los Angeles area.
Over the years Jodi has opened for and or shared the stage with many respected musicians including: Albert King, Robben Ford, Kris Kristofferson, David Lindley and countless others. She has performed at the Coach House, Saint Rocke, The Belly Up, The Lighthouse, The Mint, McCabe’s and many other venues throughout Los Angeles, San Diego and Orange County in addition to touring across the United States and overseas all the while honing her own brand of blues, pop, R & B and jazz into songs that have been performed live and/or recorded by the likes of Maria Muldaur, Marcia Ball (title song on her Grammy nominated CD, “So Many Rivers To Cross”), Arnold McCuller, and Teresa James (“Come Up and See Me Sometime,” w/Danny Timms and “Eieio.” with Terry Wilson), and many others. As a professional musician for many years, Jodi is also a wicked slide guitar player with a bluesy, soulful, and mellow vocal style.