Jane is a brave, sensitive, and endlessly romantic singer/songwriter. She was born and raised in Ogden, Utah by her two kick-ass parents where she fell in love with performing at a young age by telling bad jokes at family reunions and putting together uncomfortably detailed skits at recess.
Jane is a graduate of University of Michigan where she earned her BFA in Musical Theatre before relocating to New York City. She released her first EP, It’s You, in November of 2017, featuring several quirky and offbeat songs that turned journal entries into acoustic and intimate expressions of love and loss.
Jane wrote her first song at the age of six on a thumb piano about the devastating death of Mittens the kitten. She continues to find musical inspiration from artists such as: Aimee Mann, Elliott Smith, Laura Marling, Iron and Wine, Fiona Apple, and Joni Mitchell. Her music has recently been shared at Rockwood Music Hall, Bowery Electric, and the Apollo.
Her recent performance credits include Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill (American Reparatory Theatre/World Premiere), The Ballad of Little Jo (Two River Theatre), and The Theory of Relativity (Goodspeed Opera House).
Currently, Jane is working on her newest album My Bed, which she began working on during her time in Jagged Little Pill; My Bed is set to be released in Spring of 2019.