How old is Jane Bainter?
Jane Bainter, now 38, appreciates how beloved her namesake melody has become. More than a few people have gushed to her about the song, not realizing that she’d inspired it.
Who was Jane Bainter?
Jane Bainter is the namesake of Jane’s Addiction, and her story (a piece of it, anyway) inspired the Jane Says megahit. Her photo was used on the art for Jane’s Addictions’ debut album (recorded live). And her silhouette introduced the bands’ Soul Kiss video, proclaiming that she was Jane and she was an addict.
What happened to Jane Janes Addiction?
By 1992, Jane’s Addiction was done, although, like most beloved bands of the 1990s, they’ve since seen their fair share of reunions. The four-piece returned in 1997, and again in 2001, before finally solidifying in 2008. They’ve played to arenas ever since, now known as pioneers of alternative rock.
Is Jane from Jane Says alive?
It took only a few phone calls to determine that she’s still living in California, and though she’s quoted in the song predicting she was “going to kick tomorrow,” it took a little longer. Today, however, she’s proud to say she’s clean. “The story of Jane has a happy ending,” says Jane Bainter.
When did Jane Says come out?
1987Jane Says / Released
Where did Jane addiction get their name?
The new band was dubbed “Jane’s Addiction” in honor of Farrell’s housemate, Jane Bainter, who was their muse and inspiration. “My girlfiend [Casey Niccoli] and I were sitting in the car…” Farrell recalled, “and we started to think about band names. She threw in Jane’s Heroin Experience.
Where did the name Janes Addiction come from?
What happened to Perry Farrell?
Farrell continues to produce Lollapalooza with partners William Morris Agency and C3 Presents. Farrell has also led the alternative rock groups Porno for Pyros and Satellite Party.