Dublin, County Dublin
Jane Willow is a Dutch-turned-Irish folk musician who moved to Dublin, Ireland at age twenty-one to pursue music. In recent years Jane’s performed at Vicar Street, Whelan’s, Temple Bar Tradfest and Electric Picnic. She’s supported the likes of Glen Hansard, The Unthanks, Andy Irvine, Paddy Casey, Kíla, David Kitt and Mark Geary.
On her debut EP ‘Onward Still’ (Nov ‘18) she collaborated with musicians Dave Hingerty (drums: Glen Hansard, Josh Ritter), Vyvienne Long (cello: Damien Rice).
In 2019 her single ‘The Fool’ reached the finals of Radio Nova Discovered with radio DJ Colm Hayes picking it as his favourite song. In 2020 Jane plans to release a three singles and she posts regular live music videos on her YouTube page under the title 'Friday's with Jane Willow'.
Her next single 'Hands On My Hips' will feature Steve Wickham (The Waterboys) on fiddle. Currently Jane is also working with arranger Joe Csibi (General manager of the RTE Concert Orchestra) on her next album.
“An alluring listen full of heart and soul.” “a remarkable voice” - Hotpress
“Jane Willow has made a serious impression on those that value craft and musicality above all else.” - The Irish Times (Tony Clayton-Lea)
“We thought we’d play a track from Jane Willow tonight. Who incidentally is even better live than she is on her records” - Mathieu Norry (RTE Radio 1)
“Jane Willow’s otherworldly voice and serene musicality pulls you into a wonderfully crafted songspace. Luminous, peaceful, comforting and uplifting all at once.” - Fiachna Ó Braonáin (RTE Radio 1)