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Jane Ellen's Official Website is proud to be hosted by HostBaby.com, a division of CDBaby.com. Banner photography © Jane Ellen, used by permission. Dan Wright designed the artwork for all of Jane's CD album releases; his graphics and photography remain under his personal copyright, and are used by permission only.

 

Find Jane's Music

 

Meet Jane's Friends

  • Chris Dale, a retro-geek writer chappy lost in time, writes brilliantly and occasionally uses Jane's music in various creative projects. His work as scriptwriter for the Big Finish Terrahawks audio series, author of the souvenir booklet for the 50th anniversary release of Captain Scarlet, and other CD and DVD projects, can be found via his shop. You can also follow his insanely funny adventures on Timewarp TV.
  • David K Barnes is an Offie nominated (Off West End Theatre Awards) freelance playwright and dramaturg based in London, who also offers detailed feedback for budding writers as one of his services. Check out What Can I Do For You? or the hysterical - and downright bonkers! - podcast sitcom Wooden Overcoats.
  • Tim Fatchen is a remarkably versatile composer whose works bend genre with fluidity and ease across the lines of classical, jazz, pop, new age, and even satire. His opera Ngurunderi is currently under development in Australia, and his brand new Patreon page offers you a chance to go behind the scenes with a living, working composer and become as involved as you like in supporting the process.
  • Christian Fernando Natta is a remarkable young composer from Argentina. You can find him on Facebook or MySpace. He also occasionally posts new musical ventures on YouTube, like this one: Late Regards. To enquire about his work you can contact Christian directly: chrnatta@yahoo.com.ar.
  • Lewis John Greenslade is a brilliant singer-songwriter and producer who was born in London and now based in Berlin. His debut album Something Blue is scheduled to be released in 2017; you can preview one of the songs here: Man Plays God.

 

Check out Jane's Favourites

  • Atlas Obscura: curious and wondrous travel destinations
  • Better Than Food: video book reviews by Clifford Lee Sargent; if you care about literature, you need these vlogs - seriously
  • Brain Pickings: an inventory of the meaningful life: culture, literature, art, sound, more
  • Cynthia Lin: the best ukulele videos, tutorials, and live jams on the web
  • DailyZen: daily meditation, journal, free e-cards, and more; a peaceful spot on the web
  • DuoLingo: learn a second (or third, or fourth!) language absolutely free
  • Early Bird Books: best daily ebook deals for kindle and other readers
  • Free Rice: build your vocab and donate grains of rice through the World Food Programme
  • Goodreads: yes, I'm addicted; find books, read books, create an exportable database in csv
  • Insight Timer: top free meditation timer, android / iphone / desktop
  • Jacquie Lawson Cards: internet's leading e-card site; unlimited cards for small annual fee
  • Online Sheet Music: purchase sheet music the easy way; many songs can be transposed, purchase price allows you to print twice in two different keys
  • Open Culture: the best free cultural and educational media on the web
  • Patreon: the best way for artists and creators to receive sustainable income
  • WQXR: New York's classical music radio station, with blog and articles

 

Causes Jane Supports

  • American Humanist Association: strives to bring about a progressive society where being good without a god is an accepted and respected way to live life
  • Amnesty International: global movement of millions of people demanding human rights for all people; world's largest grassroots human rights organization
  • Doctors Without Borders: medical aid where it is needed most; independent, impartial
  • Freedom from Religion Foundation: promotes separation between church and state; largest freethought association in North America
  • The Guardian: honest, fearless journalism, free from commercial or political interference; seeking truth, not approval
  • Kiva: loans that change lives for as little as $25; we envision a world where all people hold the power to create opportunity for themselves and others
  • Mercy for Animals: believes that a humane society is possible; they are committed to reducing the greatest amount of suffering for the largest number of animals
  • National Fibromyalgia Association: dedicated to improving the quality of life for people affected by fibromyalgia
  • Random Acts of Kindness: non-profit foundation spreading kindness through schools, communities, and homes; kindness begins with one