Jennifer E. Brant is a singer, songwriter, educator and artist from Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory (Kenhté:ke), Ontario.  She sits with the Bear Clan and is a member of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte. Her songs reflect her connection to her Kanyen’kéha (Mohawk) culture, as well as the people and places that surround her.  

She has played throughout Eastern Ontario at numerous festivals and events over the past 25 years as a single, duo with her husband Kieran Edwards or with her band Mustang.  

Jennifer's most recent album "Resilience" is inspired from traditional cultural values and history of the Haudenosaunee /Rotinonhsyón:ni  people along with  learning Kanyen'kéha language.

Jennifer also released "It's Wintertime Again" in 2022 which was included in an Outdoor Art Exhibit "Winter Magic" by the Department of Illumination in Prince Edward County.

Jennifer and Kieran independently released two albums: Live at Rogue’s Hollow (2002) and Home Sweet Home (2005).  

Jennifer also recorded a single  "Here you Come Again"in 2000 used on a promotional video.  

As well, Jennifer recorded "The Skater" a Pauline Johnson poem that was a single on a compilation album by Stephen Medd called "My Window To You: A Tribute to Pauline Johnson (2000).