I can’t even tell you how excited I am to get back on the road after such a long break! Two Saskatchewan winters in recovery in a row surely has made me shack wacky J   I’m even more excited that this journey begins at the wonderful one and only Cameron House in Toronto this Wednesday evening. If you’re in Toronto, come on down to the Cameron House from 6-8 pm any Wednesday evening this May. John will be kicking things off at 6 and I’m at 7, and of course we will both be accompanying one another. John and I also have a couple co-writes in the mix and you can bet I’ve been writing so you can expect to hear some new stuff from me too! We aren’t stopping there though! We will be heading out to surrounding areas so be sure to check out our tour schedule to find out where we’ll be! None of this would be possible without the support of our friends and fans and the Saskatchewan Arts Board! I want to give a huge shout out to our hosts Lee and Stephen. They are 2 of the most wonderfully generous people I know. Thank you for giving us a home to come to in Toronto, and Thank you for being such amazing music supporters in your community. The world needs more you’s J


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Cameron House Residency, May tour, New Album Plans

April 2nd, 2014

I wouldn’t know where to start to re-cap the last year in the world of Jen Lane. In the midst of a year long rehabilitation process after foot/ankle surgery, time moved painfully slow. Over 3 months in a cast will have that effect on anybody, lol. Of course now it seems like it flew by. I’m getting back into the swing of things and it feels great. I’ve been feeling better than I have in a long long time and have found myself diving back in to my writing and taking on some great projects that I’m really excited about. 2014 is going to be a great year!  The plans are already in motion to release a “Duets” record with John Antoniuk this fall followed by a full Canadian tour! I’ve also been awarded a Rawlco Radio 10K20 Grant and I’m making plans for a Jen Lane release in 2015.

Presently, I am pleased to be working with local artist Sarah Farthing on my first album production project outside of my own works. I am really enjoying being on this end of the studio for a change. I’m also enjoying working with this group of amazing energy and personality. Josh Palmer, also engineering the project, as well as Veronique Poulin, Fred Farthing (Sarah’s Dad), and rhythm section Brett Williams aka, SaltOnMooseMeat, and Jordan Welbourne. Week one went fantastic! Looking forward to the next round! And looking forward to finally getting back in touch with all of you! Till next time J

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