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“An alluring listen full of heart and soul.” … “a remarkable voice” - Hotpress

“Jane Willow’s otherworldly voice and serene musicality pulls you into a wonderfully crafted songspace. Luminous, peaceful, comforting and uplifting all at once.” - Fiachna Ó Braonáin (RTE Radio 1)

“Jane Willow has made a serious impression on those that value craft and musicality above all else.” - The Irish Times (Tony Clayton-Lea)

“I caught the first few songs of the set before I had to hair it into RTE tonight so we thought we’d play a track from Jane Willow tonight. Who incidentally is even better live than she is on her records” - Mathieu Norry (RTE Radio 1)

“‘Onward Still’ is a precious collection of tracks that flow on sweet luscious melodies, pristine musicianship and a purity that is mesmerising.” Indie Buddie

“It comes from a genuine place, this is about the music, … and it takes a gifted song-writer to let their craft alone carry their message in such a wonderfully enjoyable way.” - REMY

“From the first caress of vocals in “Onward Still”, to the last defining, harmonic moments of “Comfort”, this 6-track EP is nothing if not the perfectly watercolored canvas to hang over your blooming ideas and goals and adventures for 2019.” - Imperfect Fifth

“a bone fide authentic folk artist about to make a mark." - REMY

 
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HOTPRESS REVIEW ‘ONWARD STILL’

‘Onward Still EP SELF RELEASED This Dutch born, Dublin based artist has earned fame and acclaim for her delicate, pop-laced folk, and after listening to her current EP Onward Still, it’s easy to see why. Featuring six soul-stirring songs…’

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Irish Playlist #034: HAVVK, Jane Willow @ REMY

'Willow has a very loyal classical folk modus operandi, unlike her first single, here I feel a strong connection to Joni Mitchell's Court and Spark. It's incredibly easy on the ear and uplifting, and a picturesque place I would happily spend a lot of time in...'

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Jane Willow Set to Share ‘Onward Still’ @ IMRO

'...On August 28th she releases her second single and music video for ‘Onward Still’, with a double headline acoustic show in The Cobblestone, Dublin on August 30th. While her EP is due for release on Thursday November 15th in The Sound House, Dublin.'

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Liroy & Jane Willow GIG Review @ MELOSITY

'To contrast, Jane Willow produced a set of heart-tearing yet beautifully crafted pieces of music. Originating from The Netherlands, her voice presents a distinct uniqueness...'

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JANE WILLOW INTERVIEW @ UNIVERSITY OBSERVER

'For many students, post-college life can be daunting. Jane Willow, a singer-songwriter who graduated from IADT last year, knows all about the grind of pursuing a music career...'

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JAne Willow Interview @ The Irish Times

"I think music, in a way, is something you can hide behind. But it’s also something you can reveal yourself through..."

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Jane Willow 'On MY Mind Review @ Remy's Top 10 Irish REVIEW

'Finally one we have really enjoyed for many reasons is 'On My Mind' by Dutch and Irish-based folk musician Jane Willow who evokes the bare sound of Joan Baez. Having moved to Ireland at the age of 21 purely to pursue a career in music...'

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Glen Hansard w/ Cormac Begley, Tadhg Williams and Jane Willow @ Vicar Street

Glen Hansard with support from Stephen James Smith, Cormac Begley, Tadhg Williams and Jane Willow at Vicar Street in Dublin. Images by Moira Reilly @ The Thin Air. 


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“Perfecte toonsoort, krachtig doch gevoelig stemgeluid, mooie melodie. Ik was plat.” - WonoBlog (HareD) (lees meer)

“Jane Willow kwam, zag en overwon. Ik heb spelden horen vallen, zo aandachtig werd er geluisterd, met na afloop zoveel enorm positieve reacties. Een groot talent dat het verdient om meer gehoord te worden.” - WonoBlog (Wout De Natris)

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‘Onward Still’ EP SELF RELEASED
This Dutch born, Dublin based artist has earned fame and acclaim for her delicate, pop-laced folk, and after listening to her current EP Onward Still, it’s easy to see why. Featuring six soul-stirring songs and boasting appearances from the likes of Kila/Frames tub-thumper Dave Hingerty and Damien Rice cellist Vyvienne Long, it’s an alluring listen full of heart and soul. Highlights include the banjo and string-driven ‘Nobody Knows’ and the haunting ‘If I Did Love You’, which really shows off Willow’s remarkable voice.