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About The JaneDear Girls

Susie Brown grew up in Utah, where, at the age of four, she mastered the violin before learning other instruments. Texas native Danelle Leverett didn't pick up a guitar until an injury kept her out of high-school gymnastics. Each girl moved to Nashville to pursue a solo career, but when the two sat down to write together for the first time, they felt something click. After they played a MusikMafia event, an impressed John Rich stepped in and helped get The JaneDear Girls signed. The girls released the single "Wildflower" in March 2010, and their self-titled debut followed in January 2011.

Listen toThe JaneDear Girlson Rhapsody

Susie Brown grew up in Utah, where, at the age of four, she mastered the violin before learning other instruments. Texas native Danelle Leverett didn't pick up a guitar until an injury kept her out of high-school gymnastics. Each girl moved to Nashville to pursue a solo career, but when the two sat down to write together for the first time, they felt something click. After they played a MusikMafia event, an impressed John Rich stepped in and helped get The JaneDear Girls signed. The girls released the single "Wildflower" in March 2010, and their self-titled debut followed in January 2011.

About The JaneDear Girls

Susie Brown grew up in Utah, where, at the age of four, she mastered the violin before learning other instruments. Texas native Danelle Leverett didn't pick up a guitar until an injury kept her out of high-school gymnastics. Each girl moved to Nashville to pursue a solo career, but when the two sat down to write together for the first time, they felt something click. After they played a MusikMafia event, an impressed John Rich stepped in and helped get The JaneDear Girls signed. The girls released the single "Wildflower" in March 2010, and their self-titled debut followed in January 2011.

About The JaneDear Girls

Susie Brown grew up in Utah, where, at the age of four, she mastered the violin before learning other instruments. Texas native Danelle Leverett didn't pick up a guitar until an injury kept her out of high-school gymnastics. Each girl moved to Nashville to pursue a solo career, but when the two sat down to write together for the first time, they felt something click. After they played a MusikMafia event, an impressed John Rich stepped in and helped get The JaneDear Girls signed. The girls released the single "Wildflower" in March 2010, and their self-titled debut followed in January 2011.