It all began for country music duo [lastfm]the JaneDear girls[/lastfm] when [lastfm]Danelle Leverett[/lastfm] saw [lastfm]Susie Brown[/lastfm] perform at a Nashville club about five years ago on one fateful night. The two quickly started writing songs together, and before long one of their performances caught the attention of country music’s [lastfm]John Rich[/lastfm].
Between Danelle and Susie, the girls play eight instruments. While Danelle discovered her musical calling shortly after high school, Susie had actually started playing violin at four years old. Brown first moved to Nashville and landed slots pretty quickly as a back-up singer and instrumentalist for several artists, including [lastfm]Trisha Yearwood[/lastfm].
Leverett shares what she would like people to remember most about the JaneDear girls.
The duo’s debut single, “Wildflower,” is climbing the country charts. The up-tempo tune closely parallels their high-energy, live shows.