Performing singer/songwriter, Jan Spillane is a multi-instrumentalist playing piano and guitar. Based out of Savannah, GA, her music is heavy on the blues, soft on jazz with drops of folk, pop, and country spread throughout her work thus leaving a trademark many folks call "The Key of Jan"."
From the peace, love, and rock & roll days of the 1960's to the infectious trend of Americana, Jan creates a smooth, passionate and soulful, yet hypnotizing and energetic sound.
Tracking in the studio since she was eight years old, she credits her love for music to her family. Her musical tastes run the gamut from Mitchell and Holliday all the way to Lennon and Sting. If you ask her to write down the name of her favorite artist, her answer would be, "they don't have enough paper in the world."
Traveling to Nashville for over 20 years, she has worked with many notable artists in and out of the country including Andy Martin, Stan Martin, John Banks, Stan Webb, Ben Wells, Wood Newton, Phil McDonald, J. Fred Knobloch, Marc Cordray, Jelly Roll Johnson, Matt Collett, Steve Nelson, Jack M. Sherman, Mike Futral, Kevin Rose, Allen Andrews, Ricardo Ochoa, Todd Murray, Michael Boesen, Diana Kelly, John Brannen, Thomm Jutz, Vinx aka Vinx De'Jon Parrette, Annelise Nelson, Dan Seals, Joe Nelson, Philip Palmer, Mark Molloy, Rochelle Coatney and her list goes on.
She is a member of ASCAP, NARAS, and the Americana Music Association and owns a publishing company, Jan Spillane Music and record label, Wassaw Sound Records. She has recorded numerous songs, released four albums, three singles, two videos and looks forward to the release of "Blue Canvas".
Along with her husband and dog, Jan resides in a charming little fishing village near Savannah, Georgia, and continues to do what she loves. Her music can be heard worldwide and can be purchased online. Jan's single, "Welcome Home" can only be found online as Jan Spillane and Friends.
2016 "Blue Canvas" (Pending) | Wassaw Sound Records
2012 "Fill in the Blanks" (Single) | Wassaw Sound Records
2011 "Welcome Home" (Final Video) | Jan Spillane Music
2011 "Welcome Home" (Band Video) | Jan Spillane Music
2011 "Welcome Home" (Single) | Wassaw Sound Records
2010 "Good as Gold" (Single) | Wassaw Sound Records
2009 "Thinking out Loud" | Wassaw Sound Records
2006 "Painting the Blues" | Jan Spillane Music
2001 "2nd Nature" | Jan Spillane Music
1999 "In my Head" Jan Spillane Music
1998 "Gut Feeling" | Jan Spillane Music
1998 "A Christmas Wish | Jan Spillane Music
1995 "Box of Rain" | Box of Rain
|Jan is an active member of ASCAP, NSAI, AMA, & The Recording Academy her credits include:|
|2012: ||"Fill in the Blanks" released on Wassaw Sound Records.|
|2012: ||"Welcome Home" video aired in New York on March 24th for Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day.|
|2011: ||"Welcome Home" band video aired on local television to honor our veterans. The video sound recording features Jan along with Mike Futral, Marc Cordray, and Phil McDonald. The song was written by Jan Spillane & Caroline Switzer Verner.|
|2011: ||"Welcome Home" released on Wassaw Sound Records. The song "Welcome Home" was written by Jan Spillane & Caroline Switzer Verner.|
|2010: ||"Good as Gold" released on Wassaw Sound Records|
|2010: ||Regional Finalist in the Southeast for the Mountain Stage NewSong Contest|
|2009: ||"Thinking Out Loud" released on Wassaw Sound Records|
|2008: ||"If Looks Could Kill" Promo for one of Showtime Cable Networks, Inc. popular TV Series|
|2007: ||"What It's Not" single song publishing contract with AhHa Music Group co-written with legendary singer/songwriter, Wood Newton|
|2006: ||"Let It Go" vocalist of the month on Singer Universe, co-writer, Bryan Sacks|
|2006: ||"Ole blue Jeans" Representation agreement with Portia Entertainment Group|
|2006: ||"Painting the Blues" CD self-released|
|2001: ||"2nd Nature" CD self-released|
|2000: ||"Time Keeps (Remix)" was featured along side Rod Stewart's "Forever Young" song on a video, titled "100 Years of Tybee Island", co-written with Phil Hadaway and John Graham.|
|1999: ||"A lady knows when to Leave" voted one of the best R&B songs by Billboard Magazines World Competition|
|1998: ||"Gut Feeling" CD self-released|
|1982: ||"Welcome to Miller Time" Vocalist for commercial for the Miller Brewing Company|
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