Adding the soul of Nashville at Rockin’ Route 66 with Jane Rose

Blues , Rockabilly

Adding the soul of Nashville at Rockin’ Route 66 with Jane Rose

Jane Rose and The Deadend Boys are an Alt-Country, Rockabilly, Blues band hailing from Nashville, TN. Fronted by the powerhouse vocals of Jane Rose and backed by the rhythmic stylings of the Deadend Boys, you’ll hear them coming from a state away! They tour the country extensively and are featured at many hot-rod/car shows year round, including Rockin’ Route 66 in Tucumcari, NM

Make sure to take notice, this band is a force to be reckoned with!

Ms. Jane Rose grew up fast and mean and, at age 13, she committed her first heinous act of cold bloodedness… 3 men lost their souls, consumed by Jane’s powerfully sultry and soulful voice.  Jane got caught up in the heat of the moment while overtaking her fourth victim, and was sent to lock down in the Muhlenberg Penitentiary. Jane found redemption playing violin in the penitentiary church band, and harnessed the power of her soul and heartache-filled past into her music and song-writing. This purge led to the creation of such songs as How Could You and Death Becomes Him (available on the CD Poultricide).

Upon her release from Muhlenberg, she formed The Jane Rose Band, belting out over 50 original songs during their five-year run in the Louisville, KY area. But once again, Jane’s voice landed her behind bars. During her short incarceration, she scoured the land of craigslist, posting ads in search of musicians as crazy as she, who wanted to live out of a van and travel to every po-dunk town across all corners of the world. Jane just couldn’t resist the calling of the slappin’ upright bass and the quick-cut time beat of the drums – and that Gretsch hollow body she had been drooling over since age 13. She assembled a group of deadend boys that perfectly fit the bill. The day she was released, The Deadend Boys snatched her up in the murder van and they’ve been on the road ever since.

Well behaved women rarely make history. -Marilyn Monroe
(…so let’s f*** shit up! -Jane Rose)


Buy this CD!”

“I can’t wait for the next one!”

“HOLY SMOKE!!!! You guys are the BEST BAND I’ve ‘discovered’ since I started out many a blue moon ago, hands down!! And Jane…with a voice like that you totally floored me! I’ve been listening to your stuff OVER AND OVER AGAIN and can’t get enough of it!!!! STAY WILD & KEEP THE ROCK ROLLIN’!! I’m gone…long gone…”
-Hank C. Burnette

“Crow, Jane!”

“From the opening guitar riff of “Death Becomes Him”, she had me. She owned my complete and undivided attention. I get like that sometimes. Then, she started singing, growling perhaps, but a little Rockabilly “hiccup” influence. Holy crap! The volume knob goes to 11. I am transported to a different place. A place I love. A place I am comfortable in. A place I can only get to through music. There’s a bit of darkness there that I am uncomfortable with in my real life, but I can embrace it now.”

“Am I Jane’s “God-Damn fool”? Only when this record is playing.”

“The rhythm section, Lee Bryant on bass, and Jefferson “J.D.” Dorsey on drums have it nailed down tight, and I can’t sit still. My feet are tapping. A banjo! A mandolin! Clay Miller adds a lot to this record. Dang, there goes Jane rocking that big red Gretsch again!”

“You are made of cool.”

“I first met Jane Rose in St. Louis, Mo. where she tore it up with the Bible Belt Sinners. When she moved away I knew I hadn’t heard the last of her. Now with a new combo, the Deadend Boys, Jane is still ripping up the rockabilly scene and this time she’s not putting up with any crap. Moonshine, Murder and Poultricide. Watch out fellas, she’s on a rampage with powerful songs like Death Becomes Him and Wrong Kind of Guy, she lets you know she’s a kitten with claws. She’s got her eye on you and she’s gonna be treated right. The Deadend Boys sound as if the name is mere irony, the road is endless for these talented musicians. Lee, Clay, JD, Nick and Noah are powering this hot rod driven by Jane. Fueled by moonshine they’re on a murderous rampage to success and keep your chickens in check. Poultricide is no joke.”
-Al Swacker

Make sure you follow Jane Rose and check out more of her videos here as we get ready for Rockin’ Route 66…


www.youtube.com/user/thejaneroseband www.facebook.com/janeroseandthedeadendboys 

For the complete line-up on Rockin’ Route 66, follow this link for all the details. We will see you there, June 25th – 28th, 2020!

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