IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. (WZMQ) – In Dickinson county, Jenna Jane, the celebrated country sensation, took to the stage at Iron Mountain’s rooftop venue, the Sandstone Terrace, last night, wowing fans with her signature melodies. As she graced the Upper Peninsula once again, she shared her love for performing in this region, reminiscing about her first meeting with local musician Tim Driscoll that kick-started their collaboration.
The night was made even more special by Jenna Jane’s recent triumph at the Josie Music Awards, held at the Grand Ole Opry, where she was crowned the Female Rising Star of the Year. This title recognized her unwavering dedication to independent music, highlighting her as a talent free from the confines of big record labels.
To express her gratitude to her fans in the Upper Peninsula, Jenna Jane had a heartfelt message, stating, “I appreciate every single one of them, and I love that they come out to shows and support.” Anticipation for the night’s performance was high, with Jenna Jane promising a memorable evening featuring her full band.
For those unfamiliar with the rising star and her jams, she provided an array of options for following her journey. Jenna Jane can be found on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and her official website, jennajanemusicofficial.com, where fans can access her music on various streaming platforms and explore her two albums.
The crowd at Sandstone Terrace was treated to a selection of her classic tracks, including “Whiskey,” “My Old Friend,” and “Train Wreck,” originating from her first album recorded in Nashville. When asked about her experiences in Music City, Jenna Jane humorously described it as “mass chaos.”
Looking forward to the future, Jenna Jane cherished a sacred moment from her Josie Music Awards acceptance speech at the Grand Ole Opry, and expressed her dreams of debuting at the prestigious venue. She also hinted at new music on the horizon, set to be released in 2024.
“You know, standing in that circle was so memorable, and so sacred, during my acceptance speech at the Grande Ole Opry. I hopefully make my Opry debut there, that would be wonderful, and we’re working on new music that’ll be coming out in 2024,” she shared.
Jenna Jane expressed her gratitude to her fans, saying, “Thank you, everyone. I’m really humbled by this award, and thank you so much for having me.” With her star on the rise and a bright future ahead, Jenna Jane continues to captivate audiences with her heartfelt country tunes.
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