Jennifer Adan’s journey began in San Mateo, California. After winning a songwriting contest by hit songwriter Jeffrey Steele in 2006, she came to Nashville. After the success of a two week number one hit for Blake Shelton “She Wouldn’t Be Gone.”, Jennifer started her own publishing company, Tommy Jo Publishing.
Jennifer has had other songs recorded and placed in film and TV as well as with artists such as her #2 Billboard Heatseeker hit “Race You to the Bottom” from rock band New Medicine. Her song "Don't Come Home" is featured on MTV's The Real World: San Diego Finale episode and she has had songs in shows such as Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Teen Mom and more.