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Honest, relaxing, and full of light!
Hi Jane, welcome to LA Music Review! Tell us a little bit about you and your music.
Hello! I’m Jane Chambers. I want to make music for a living because it is one of my biggest coping skills. I’ve been singing since I could speak and I’ve been around music my whole life.
Start streaming “Grace’s Lace” here:
I also have dealt with a lot of mental health issues
and want to use my music as a way to be hopeful and help other people get through what I went through.
Congrats on the release! What was your inspiration when you were writing this project?
Released on July 30, 2022. I had several bits of the song scattered in my notes app and voice memos. I had no idea they would come together in the same song. I was playing the guitar part and started to come up with most of the lyrics while playing. I wrote the ending part later but knew that the song dealt with themes of abuse and it connects to the victims. That is one of the biggest themes.
I felt my music is about life—sharing every experience and every emotion.
What is your vision for this song? What lessons would you like to impart with your audience?
I want people to be comforted when they listen to my music and to feel heard. I want someone to put on their headphones or turn on a speaker and feel like a motherly figure is telling them sweet stories about life and how to cope with them.
I also want to play at places like Red Rocks Amphitheater and perform at festivals and the Ryman!
What is your favorite part of the song?
I enjoy the honesty, the lyrics, and the build-up. The feeling of falling for what feels like an hour.
Where my feet walk, the grass trembles
Where stones shall fall, a crash shall be made
Where people hurt, there is revival
Where oceans part, there is a robe
Where mountains move, the whole earth shakes
Where mercy is found in Grace’s lace
Anything else we should know about? Future releases?
I have many plans for upcoming music, right now I’m just taking the time to try to get my music heard and gain an audience.