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1. Cru cru Jane N' The Jungle, super nice to have the chance to chat with you again! What first got you into music?

I started signing when I was 2 years old and always had a love for music.

I graduated with a BFA in Musical Theater from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy with a theater performance background and began playing solo acoustic sets as a singer songwriter in coffee houses in Hollywood. Eventually it would lead to forming a garage rock band and forming Jane N' The Jungle.

2. What's your favorite album from the 90's grunge alternative rock scene?

Nirvana - Nevermind

3. What's your favorite track from "Rumours" and why is your favorite album from the 70's?

"Dreams." I think it's an iconic record that left an impact during its era and for future artists that would be inspired by it for decades to come.

4. Can you write what was your best performance in your career? How do you remember it?

SXSW main stage 2022 opening for Sammy Hagar and The Warning in Austin, Texas at Lady Bird Lake.

I remember it as a great day and one of our best performances to date.

5. What would you do if you had a time machine?

I probably would be too scared to use it and want to stay in the present moment.

6. Would you rather stop making music or stop listening to music?

Wouldn't making music be listening to music as well? I couldn't imagine trying to make music you couldn't hear.

7. How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?

It has drastically changed the music industry by greatly diminishing record sales and creating streaming platforms which serves as the primary source of how people listen to records. It has also created an over saturated market where it's harder to make money and stand out from the millions of artists you compete for listeners with everyday. A positive is that it's easier to reach your audience no matter where they live in the world.

8. What are you doing to ensure you continue to grow and develop as an artist?

We are continuing to try new things and find new ways to be inspired. As well as continuing to make new music and to get it out faster.

9. Do you want to recommend us a musical that you watched recently?

Does Barbie count?

10. Do you still agree with the pigeon?

Of course!


Check out the original EP: Life of the Party

In "Life of the Party", Jane N' The Jungle's six strings are joined by distorted percussion to build a wall of otherworldly sound that is both dreamy and emotionally overwhelming, with Jane's voice able to carry me away into dark dreams. The gothic and alternative atmosphere is in full swing in the dark melodies of this single, as is the wonderful cinematography that surrounds the music video with its blue and pink colors. I'd also like to highlight all the virtuosity required in this elaborate guitar work, Jane's powerful vocals, which are as easy to scream as they are to dream soaked in reverb, and last but not least the epic drums that take this rock to the next level!

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