Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Roots


Sounds like

Sarah Blasko, Missy Higgins, Judee Sill, Ani DiFranco


band members

Pepper - vox/guitar and other guest players


Influences

Katie Noonan, Jeff Buckley, Jewel, Sheryl Crow


Unearthed artists we like

Amelia Benefield, WAAX, Fugue


Website

linktr.ee/pepperjanehq

Bio

Pepper Jane and her guitar, Maureen, (and sometimes an old lady Gibson) write a smattering of tunes from lofty, folky croonings through to belted lashings of barely-refined aural cacao-cotton candy.

Raised free-range on the Darling Downs, Pepper was singing from a young age: in churches, musicals, showers, on pushbikes and a tree stump at the bus stop. Around age 14, a new woody, wiry misdemeanor began, learning some guitar chords and penning a few tales of woe and misdirection.

Many years later after uni and a couple of ‘real’ jobs, while attending her first Woodford Folk Festival (2013-2014), she realised she had to leave workaholism behind and chase the dream. Nay, to live it.

Pepper has opened shows for Renée Geyer, Jon Stevens, John Paul Young, Pseudo Echo, Deni Hines and Neil Murray. Festivals include Mitchell Creek Rock and Blues Fest (Sunshine Coast Hinterland), Cully Fest (Cunnamulla, Toowoomba), Streets and Lanes (Toowoomba), Mount Isa Rodeo and Pepper played with her band at Woodford Folk Festival’s Build Launch Party last year.

Debut single 'Keys' dropped in 2018 and the EP ‘Raw and Lightly Salted in Tasmania – Live at The Green Room’ is available on Bandcamp now, before its widespread release in June.

Tour dates after the release include Huon Valley Mid Winter Festival in Tasmania and Mitchell Creek Rock and Blues Festival.

Review

50

A beautifully constructed song. What incredible imagery. We all know that sound of someone picking up their keys as they are about to leave. Pepper’s voice is gorgeous - encapsulating the genuine vulnerability that comes from telling someone you want them to stay.

A beautifully constructed song. What incredible imagery. We all know that sound of someone picking up their keys as they are about to leave. Pepper’s voice is gorgeous - encapsulating the genuine vulnerability that comes from telling someone you want them to stay.

Review

aydenofICB

10 Feb 2019

40

that change at 0:30 is lovely. what a voice. tasty fingerpicking.

that change at 0:30 is lovely. what a voice. tasty fingerpicking.