Mother Jane....an acoustically & vocally-driven original duo, based out of Lexington, KY. Beth Burden and Lisa Raymond are the two usually asked “which one is Jane?”

“Kentucky native Beth, whose “my own way” vocals show the maturity and sass of a veteran, together with Lisa’s Boston angled harmonies and their tight acoustic work raise “some of the sweetest folk sounds released in recent years.” gogirlsmusic.com

What do they sound like? The age old question for music that falls all across the contemporary folk category. Edgy acoustic pop, stirring ballads and a dip in the soul pool create an unmistakable blend of sweet-faced and in-your-face original songs.

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Contact: mjbeth19@juno.com

10.25.2003 MJ release their 3rd album "can't complain"

Jan 2004 The Louisville Leo's contributing writer and critic Michael Bright adds Mother Jane's new album "can't complain" to the top 10 albums for 2003.

April 2004 Featured Artist on Laney Goodman's nationally syndicated radio program Women in Music on Boston's WUMB 91.9-FM.

May 2004 Triplearadio.com names Mother Jane the "Artist of the Week."

June 7, 2004 MJ debuts on the FMQB National Triple A Chart at #173. (The #1 artist that week was Alanis Morrisette.)

July 12, 2004 Opened for Billboard Top 20 Lava Recording Artist Toby Lightman.

July 2004 Mother Jane named "One to Watch" on Rob Reinhart's nationally syndicated radio program "Acoustic Cafe."

August 2004 "To The Other Side" chosen for Alliance Atlantis Communications documentary aired on Discovery Health Channel.

Influences

Influenced by a wide array of artists and styles... Shawn Colvin, Stevie Wonder, Patty Griffin, Aretha Franklin, Tori Amos, Ben Harper, Nikka Costa, Alison Krauss just to name a few...

Bio

Mother Jane....an acoustically & vocally-driven original duo, based out of Lexington, KY. Beth Burden and Lisa Raymond are the two usually asked ?which one is Jane??

?Kentucky native Beth, whose ?my own way? vocals show the maturity and sass of a veteran, together with Lisa?s Boston angled harmonies and their tight acoustic work raise ?some of the sweetest folk sounds released in recent years.? gogirlsmusic.com

What do they sound like? The age old question for music that falls all across the contemporary folk category. Edgy acoustic pop, stirring ballads and a dip in the soul pool create an unmistakable blend of sweet-faced and in-your-face original songs.

Mother Jane was selected "One to Watch" for July 2004 by the nationally syndicated radio program, Acoustic Café. This monthly feature "highlights the best of today's up and coming artists who are moving out of their regional scene and on to the national stage."

This is the latest recognition that Mother Jane's recently released CD, "can't complain" has received this year. They have been featured artist on the nationally syndicated radio show Women In Music hosted by Laney Goodman, featured "Artist of the Week" on TripleARadio.com and have received airplay on 70+ non commercial radio stations across the country. Over thirty of these stations added the disc to their regular programming rotation. With this radio success, Mother Jane made their chart debut in June on the FMQB National AAA chart.

  • Member Since: 2004
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