Jen Kearney & The Lost Onion

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Age of Blame

(2014)  In a pre-release review from Jed Gottlieb of the Boston Herald, Kearney’s “…booming soul voice and smart, tight songs provide the pillars of the eight tunes. But her band adds some awesome voodoo.” And according to freelance reviewer, Bill Copeland: “There is a more easeful flow coming from her instrumentation and she sings with greater eloquence. Kearney shows more tasteful self-restraint than ever, and she offers more fine touches throughout this album than her previous recordings.”

The Year of the Ox

(2009)  The second studio offering from The Lost Onion, where the title song “The Year of the Ox” was spawned by a placemat that depicted the animals of the Chinese Zodiac. That prompted research by Jen into some deeper Eastern philosophy and led to the discovery of the sacred Ox Herding Pictures. The story of this album is loosely based on those pictures as they apply to taming one's mind, all presented in the diverse musical fashion that is unmistakably The Lost Onion. With funky grooves, silky transitions, infectious chorus lines, and deep lyrical content, this is one album that makes a remarkable artistic statement.

Year of the Ox Tee

A standard athletic tee offered in a black with a red Year of the Ox design on the front (nothing on the back). (men's / unisex sizes)

Lost Onion Ladies Raglan

A classic, lightweight baseball tee for the ladies offered in a white/red color combo featuring a 2-color “Jen Kearney and the Lost Onion” on the front. There's also a 2-color onion graphic and web URL on the back. Both semi-sheer and form-fitting, with binding around the neck and sleeves that create a slim look, these are perfect for the ladies out there who don't mind hugging a curve or two.

Lost Onion Sticker

Black sticker with red Lost Onion graphic. Printed on durable, weather-resistant high-gloss vinyl stock, this design promises to stay brilliant for years despite the harshest of elements. These stickers measure 4.25" x 4.25".


(2006)  With a playful intensity of horns and bass-driven, soulful funk grooves, The Lost Onion offers up it first full-length studio release. The variety of styles on this album range from straight-up funk to extremely danceable Latin jazz, where a 3-piece horn section and full percussion really set the tone. The vocals here are golden as well, flowing through the pipes of a woman who holds genuine soul and experience inside of her. The songs here blend sophisticated melodies and harmonies with sharp, story-like lyrics that offer snapshots of Jen Kearney's world.

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