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Not By Sight Releases First Single, “Stand”, Featuring Members Of Evanescence, Saint Asonia, & Sevendust‏

Hard Rock band Not By Sight has released a lyric video for their track “Stand“, originally premiered with BraveWords. The track features Jane Train (Liz Phair), Corey Lowery (Stuck Mojo, Stereomud, Eye Empire, Dark New Day, Saint Asonia), Troy McLawhorn (Evanescence, Seether, Dark New Day, doubleDrive), and Morgan Rose (Sevendust). The track was produced, and mixed by Corey Lowery. Watch here.

STAND is about overcoming adversity in life and using that adversity to strengthen and elevate you.Jane Train (Not By Sight)

Born into a musical family, Jane was raised on music from an early age. Her father was a professional trombonist, who at a very young age, started playing with the Big Band greats like The Dorsey Brothers, Count Basie, and Benny Goodman, just to name a few. Her mother graduated from Yale School of Music, was gigging at Jazz clubs, and met Jane’s father through musician friends. Jane wrote her first song at age 10. She then played keys in her first band, a southern rock group, at age 12. They played all ages shows in the area. After that band, she joined a YES tribute band as a keyboardist and played schools & parties with them. She then bult up her synthesizer collection and played in a LED ZEPPLIN cover band. This was her introduction to the club circuit. Since Jane was doing this while still in high school, her mother, very supportive of her career, would do her homework for her while Jane’s brother would drive her to shows.

A drummer friend had asked Jane to front a band. Jane never considered herself a lead singer before but felt right at home. With this band, she performed the big rock clubs around Northern Jersey and quickly gained recognition for her vocal abililty. Ms. Train then branched off and formed her own band, Little Sister. Since she already was well known in the area, Little Sister quickly rose to popularity and gigged in all the major venues in NJ and started playing the cool rock clubs in NYC. They opened for many National Acts, creating a nice buzz that would attract the area’s elite rock stars. There were record company interests but no bites.

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