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In November 2011, Batten was featured on BBC Radio 4's series Joan Armatrading's More Guitar Favourites.

Her work was given the "She Rocks Icon Award" in January 2016

Solo albums

1992: Above Below and Beyond

1997: Jennifer Batten's Tribal Rage: Momentum

2007: Whatever

Genres                 

Instrumental rock

jazz fusion

hard rock

electronica

worldbeat

Musician

songwriter

producer

filmmaker

visual artist

Between 1994 and 1999 Batten worked with Dave Rodgers and Domino as featured guitarist on the Eurobeat songs "Sun City", "Music For the People", "Fly" and "Woa Woa Woa." Her writing and performing is uncredited on several other songs under the A-Beat C label.[citation needed] Her live Eurobeat appearances were limited to playing at the Tokyo Dome with Rodgers and Queen of Hearts.

In 2010 she recorded a solo for the song "Bad Girls" by Polish singer Doda.

She partnered on a melodic rock CD with vocalist Marc Scherer and producer Jim Peterik (formerly of Survivor) which was releasedin September2017,entitled Battle Zone.

All songs were written or co-written by Peterik. Special guests included saxophonist Mindi Abair and Chicago vocalistBill Champlain. The song "Space and Time" was co-written with John Wetton, and "All Roads" was co-written with Sammy Hagar.

Batten has appeared on recordings such as Jeff Beck's Who Else! (1999) and You Had It Coming (2001), and Michael Sembello's 

Heavy Weather (1992). Her music video appearances include Jeff Beck ("Live in Japan"), Michael Jackson's "Moonwalker" ("Come Together"), Natalie Cole ("Wild Women Do"), and Sara Hickman's "Take It Like a Man" and Miguel Mateos's "Obsesión".

Batten played lead guitar and rhythm guitar on Michael Jackson's Bad (1987–1989), Dangerous (1992) and HIStory (1996–1997) world tours, and on his 1993 Super Bowl halftime performance, which was aired to over 1.3 billion people in 86 countries, the largest audience in television history for a live music performance.[4] She was in Jeff Beck's touring band for three years starting in 1999, and appears on his albums Who Else! (1999) and You Had It Coming.

Jennifer Batten (born November 29, 1957) is an American guitarist who has worked as a session musician and solo artist.

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