Jeff Giles [keys/guitar/vocals]
Tom Ionescu [guitar/vocals]
Devon Richardson [bass/vocals]
Zach Sutton [drums]
The quartet’s first feature-length musical special, 2020’s The Marshmallow Revue, was their catalyst to testing the
feasibility of outdoor recording. With this variety show, JP invited fans into their authentic world with music, humour and
their true personalities. Sutton described 2021’s Wild In The Woods as “part musical experiment, part wilderness therapy,
and a whole ton of fun. This was filmed during a time of take out food, CP24 news updates, and virtual rock and roll. ‘Wild
in the Woods’ brings our show to the world’s best stage: nature.” They were joined by artists Ewan Currie, Danica, Tally
Ferraro, Skye Wallace and Nick Rose. 2022’s Wild In The Woods 2 brought on Shad, pHoenix, Tom Moffett, Carolina East,
and Greg Keelor of Blue Rodeo.
They’ve shared stages with the likes of Arkells, Tokyo Police Club, LIGHTS, Lord Huron, Manic Street Preachers, and were even hand-picked to open two European tours for BRITs Critics Choice winner Tom Odell. That’s in addition to official slots
at dozens of taste-making music festivals on multiple continents. Fittingly, that live, four-on-the-floor energy is what drives
their latest studio album, 2022’s Live Again, and now the band – not to mention their ever-growing following – relish the
opportunity to once again be reciprocating some love in live performance.
Jane’s Party was hand selected to join the Symphonic Distribution roster when the American independent music distribution and marketing company made their official launch in the Canadian market, now based in Montreal. The seasoned band will only stop when that feeling starts to fade, but Jane’s Party just keeps getting better while remaining
consistent, compelling, and true to their original goal of sharing their songs with the world. And if their latest output is any
indication, they’re still having a damn good time doing it.