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Pope Jane is the internationally acclaimed all-female pop/rock band originally from the Big Sky of Billings, Montana, highly noted for their mold-breaking contributions to the Independent music movement of the 1990’s with their groove-based hooks, rich vocal harmonies, and tremendous live performance. Touring the Northwest and other regions for years prior to the band's relocation to Los Angeles, Pope Jane was founded in 1995 and still holds a strong and loyal fan base, both locally and internationally.

Pope Jane's fascinating career and undeniable cult-rock status has earned the term "legendary" by entertainment trades, landing the band coverage in national periodicals like Curve Magazine, Music Connection Magazine and Girlfriends Magazine, with Curve Magazine naming singer Danielle Egnew as “Most Likely to Turn You Into an Obsessed Fan”.

In 2007, several of Pope Jane’s songs were used in the feature film Changing Spots, a drama in which Pope Jane lead vocalist Danielle Egnew also starred. The band has also made several live TV appearances and radio interviews over the years, with their video "Forgive Myself", directed by Lance Mora, staying at #1 for one month straight on NetthisTV in Los Angeles. With the release of their third album, "Hide Me From The Moon", Pope Jane’s music broke throughout the USA and across international borders by appeared on AEI Music Network’s world-distributed commercial foreground music tracks, playing in power retailers worldwide.

Pope Jane received both national and international recognition with radio programmers from across the United States, Spain, Italy, The Netherlands, Russia, The Czech Republic, and Scotland requesting material. Stateside, the band’s singles “Lay Down Your Life” and “What Are You Thinking Now” were spun on both commercial and college FM stations, as well as internet broadcasters all over the USA.

Throughout the years, Pope Jane has played with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart, Indigenous, and an array of other diverse national acts including Ted Nugent, Mark Chestnut, Paul Revere and the Raiders, Rick Trevino, and even Loverboy and Quiet Riot. The band has graced the stages of famous Hollywood music clubs such as The Whiskey a Go-Go, The Rainbow, and The Cat Club, as well as headlining music festivals like The RockrGrl Music Conference in Seattle, The Riverside Orange Blossom Music Festival in California, and Montana’s outdoor summer concert extravaganzas, ZooGrass and Rockin’ The Rockies.

Vocals / Guitar

Bass / Vocals

Drums / Vocals

Pope Jane's discography includes five albums: Pope Jane (1995), Relief (1998), Hide Me From the Moon (2000), Industry Whore (2001), and Dog and Pony Show (2003). Pope Jane also appeared on children's compilation album. We're All Kids On This Bus, donating their children's song "Everybody Cries Sometimes", pressed to benefit children's advocate group, The Lost and Foundation, based in Helena, Montana

Pope Jane is comprised of Danielle Egnew on lead vocals / guitar, Kristen Coyner on drums and backing vocals, and Holly Hoagland Shawver on bass and backing vocals.

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