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Laura Jane hails from just outside of Detroit, Michigan where she was adopted into a multicultural family. Her first professional gig was singing in the children’s chorus of the Opera Grand Rapids in performances of Carmen and Tosca. Laura Jane grew up performing in theatre, studying dance and piano. She studied musical theatre at the Boston Conservatory and then transferred to the University of the Arts in Philadelphia where she graduated with a degree in theatre arts and music.

Laura Jane’s include theatrical credits in performances in Twist (Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia), Bobos (American Music Theatre Festival), Little Shop of Horrors and Beehive (The Gem Theatre in Detroit), Jesus Christ Superstar (Santa Barbara Civic Light Opera), Slam (San Diego Repertory Theatre), a national tour of HARLEM RENAISSANCE for Black history month, and a European tour of Hair. Laura Jane also played the lead of “Ella” in the world premiere musical The Existents written by Ty Taylor, Doug Crawford and Jason Wooten (Open Fist Theatre In Los Angeles). Most recently Laura Jane acted as a stand-in for the lead (who fell ill due to Covid) in the role of “Liu” in Houston Grand Opera’s (HGO) 2022 production of Turandot. Laura Jane most recently recorded vocals for The Chase Brock Experience – a dance company out of Brooklyn, New York.

Laura Jane has sung on numerous television and movie soundtracks which include; the lead in the Italian remake of Quando Quando Quando, with Chris Mann on the Letters to Juliet soundtrack, Sex and the City 2, Dora and the Lost City of Gold (voice of Eva Longoria, who played Dora’s mom), Bad Boys for Life, Get Down (Netflix), The Neighbors, Pose (FX), Wu-Tang: An American Saga (HULU), Death in Paradise (BBC/UK) , Sandy Wexler (Netflix) The Battle of The Bands with host Meatloaf (Direct TV) American Housewife (ABC) and she recently sang on an episode for Little America (Netflix) starring Phylicia Rashad.

Laura Jane has toured, recorded or performed with such varied artists as Enrique Iglesias, Fantastic Negrito, Enrique Iglesias, Kelly Clarkson, Joe Cocker, Aerosmith, Billy Ray Cyrus, Cheap Trick, Katharine McPhee, Taylor Dayne, Teena Marie, The Black-Eyed Peas, Michael Bolton, Joss Stone, Miles Mosely, Vintage Trouble, Lea Michelle and the Dave Matthews Band just to name a few…

Among her numerous television credits, her recent performances of note as a background vocal artist have included work with; Yolanda Adams and Gloria Estafan on the BET special Q85 honoring Quincy Jones; Carrie Underwood for her HBO Christmas special My Gift; the house band led by Greg Philligaines for the Music Cares Event honoring Dolly Parton, where she sang with Chris Stapleton, Miley Cyrus and Mavis Staples; Cynthia Erivo (2020 Academy Awards); numerous appearances on American Idol, The Voice, the Grammy Awards and Latin Grammy’s, Academy Awards (Oscars), Dancing with the Stars, MTV Music Awards (USA and Europe), American Music Awards, Echo Awards, NRJ Awards, Billboard Awards and the Latin Billboard Awards, The Late, Late Show (with James Cordon), A Tribute to Elvis Presley (NBC), The Tonight Show (with Jay Leno and Jimmy Fallon), So you Think you Can Dance, America’s Got Talent, The View, Good Morning America and Live with Regis and Kelly. Lastly, Laura Jane has appeared on almost every single music related show on Univision and Telemundo and numerous television networks throughout the UK (BBC ), the EU France and India.

In addition to performing, Laura Jane is a producer, vocal coach and mentor to many artists globally. She has worked in these capacities on numerous projects such as upcoming recording artist, Aisha (Katara Studios, Qatar) – who recently sang on the first single for the Fifa World Cup in Doha; Brazilian Jazz artist, Luciana (Sao Paolo) and Tejano artist Devin Banda. In 2021, Laura Jane was successful in placing one of Devin Banda’s original songs, Un Poquito Mas on the television show Roswell. She was also a co-writer and executive producer and the recording was produced by Latin Grammy winners Manual Papayo and Leonardo Brooks. She also operates her own company THE LAURA JANE INTERNATIONAL VOCAL STUDIO, which specializes in vocal coaching, mentoring, contracting and producing. In addition to her personal studio, she has taught and vocal coached at Musicians Institute (Los Angeles), Los Angeles Music Academy, School of Rock (Los Angeles), Musicians’ Woodshed (Austin, Texas), Orange County Hit Factory Academy (Los Angeles), Future Stars of Houston, Diaz Music Institute (Houston) and is currently a resident teacher at Humphrey’s School of Musical theatre at Theatre Under the Stars (Houston).

Laura Jane has written a one woman played based on Angela Davis. She adapted the Story from the Angela Davis Autobiography and is hoping to workshop this in 2022.

Laura Jane is a singer-songwriter and has released three independent albums on her own: To My Planet Boo (2005), Everything Changes (2012) and Weep Willow (2021). Weep Willow was written and produced during the quarantine of 2020, and Laura Jane produced all the vocals herself in her home studio during that time. As a solo artist, she has performed her own shows in such cities as New York, Los Angeles, London, Kyoto, Prague, Budapest and Monaco.