Meet Sailor Jane
Born and raised in St. Augustine, Florida, Sailor Jane is of Minorcan descent which explains her love for sailing, travel, and island life.
Very early on Sailor Jane was introduced to music by her grandfather who owned gospel radio stations and was heavily involved in his local church community. This exposure enabled her to gain a great appreciation for a wide range of music and observe how music influenced the spirituality of listeners.
Later, Sailor Jane decided to pursue music professionally, becoming classically trained in guitar, certified in audio engineering and studio production, and then began working with musical artists at Tree Sound Studios in Atlanta, GA.
With a spirit for adventure and appreciation of culture, Sailor Jane began traveling through Central America resulting in a wonderful appreciation for its music, language, and beautiful people. When she returned home Sailor Jane earned a degree in Education and taught Science for many years in Northeast Florida. Then in typical Sailor Jane fashion, she returned to school and attained a degree in nursing because of her love of service within her community. Along with traveling and writing music, Sailor Jane has been working as an RN, Emergency/Trauma Nurse for the last 5 years.
During this period, Sailor Jane sang back up for renowned Florida reggae band, Pili Pili, where lead singer King Eddie helped develop and mold Sailor Jane into a lead reggae vocalist with a great appreciation for reggae legends such as Robert Nesta Marley, Dennis Brown, Marcia Griffiths, and Gregory Isaacs. This love has continued to grow while Sailor Jane has studied and mastered the various styles that encompass reggae music and the artists from all genres that have contributed to it.
When Sailor Jane performs, she always takes the audience on a journey through musical space and time and leaves them longing for more.
"Music moves through the soul to connect us to the frequency of humanity "
- Sailor Jane