Jane Godfrey

Jane Godfrey

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Folk - Americana | St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Total Song Plays: 421   
Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Jane Godfrey comes from a large family of musicians and artists. She began singing harmonies with her siblings at an early age, and picked up the guitar when she was eleven. Her leap into songwriting didn't occur until more recent years and she subsequently began making road trips to Nashville where her songwriting skills were nurtured through songwriting workshops and writers' showcases, including the Bluebird Cafe. Jane performs locally and regionally and is currently writing and recording songs for her next CD and other projects. She is passionate about writing and loves writing for specific projects and for other artists, as well as for herself.

2010 and 2011 finalist in The Big Top Chautauqua Songwriting Contest
2007 song, Finally Loving Myself, included in Nashville songwriter, Gracie Vandiver's Prism award-winning recovery music CD, "Trail of Light."
2002 song Thank You Ms Juliette included in the Girl Scouts of the USA's CD, "Sisters Hand in Hand."


J Nelson K posted over 30 days ago to Jane Godfrey

Jane, "What's A Little Faith Without The Leaping" Indeed! Really Enjoyed The Vocal / Mix On "Finally Loving Myself" ... Best Wishes For Wherever Life & The Music May Lead You ... J Nelson K

MikeAlongi9161667 posted over 30 days ago

Great song, love the lyrics & guitar strumming. Great job.

NashvilleJoe posted over 30 days ago

hey JANE--thanky for the nice review of my song--SOBER MAN--i was thinking of somthing that JANIS JOPLIN was talking about one day--meaning --it's all the same day--meaning in eternity past-present/future--it's all the same day--for a 24 hour period etc...kinda spiritual--i grew up in the country and we did not have street lights--and when the sun went down it was really dark--i was in Orlando,Florida one time at night and their lights were so bright at night--i thought it was day time--anyway--i like your stuff--thanxs again--joe--i been up in the ARCH in ST.LOUIS 2 times--it was really fun--

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