Ever since 2013, Phoenix alternative rock band Jane N’ The Jungle have been paving their own path. Lead singer Jordan White and her bandmates, Brian Dellis and Bryan Dague, have created a unique sound that blends 90s rock like No Doubt and The Cranberries with modern favorites like Paramore, Dorothy, and Florence + The Machine. While you may think you know Jane N’ The Jungle already, the truth is that they’re just getting started – 2019 is the year of Jane N’ The Jungle
Known for powerful live performances that are both electric and raw, Jane N’ The Jungle has built an impressive stage resume. Highlights include Rock N Roll Marathon, McDowell Mountain Music Festival, multiple SXSW performances, Phoenix Pride Festival, Whisky A Go Go, The Viper Room, and more. They’ve also opened for acts like Dreamers, Night Riots, Lacey Sturm of Flyleaf, and From Ashes to New. Lead singer Jordan White was even a part of the 2019 Season 2 of ABC’s American Idol. They’ve been recognized locally (named by the Phoenix New Times as one of “17 Metro Phoenix Bands to Watch in 2017” and performing on 3TV, AZTV 7, and Fox 100) and nationally (“Smoke & Dust” and “Open Road Blues” were featured in Honda prime time commercials), and this year, the band will be releasing their new full-length record. The album was recorded in part at Gravity Studios in Chicago, IL and 4th Street Recording in Santa Monica, CA, sponsored by Ford Motor Co.
Jane N’ The Jungle has always knew how to rock, but in their latest clip for “Little Blue,” we see it on screen. Here, White, Dellis, and Dague take the stage at the famous Viper Room in West Hollywood. Gritty and edgy, polished and cool, Jane N’ The Jungle are in their prime here. When she’s not rocking out on stage, White shows her stuff on the streets, decked out in her leather jacket and leather shoes. White says about “Little Blue,” “‘Little Blue’ is the opening track off our upcoming record. It brings the fire out of the gate and grabs the audience in with its energy and attitude.”