Sisters Brandon Jane and Leah Crutchfield, from the small town of Lucedale, Mississippi, make up the Grand Ole Opry guest artist duo Coldwater Jane. The two spent years traveling with their family in a gospel band before moving to Nashville, Tennessee. Before coming together as a sister act, they tried their hand at solo careers. For years, they faced broken promises from record labels, before coming to the conclusion that they were better together. In 2010, they released their first single under Mercury Records Nashville.
Their first single, “Bring on the Love,” charted on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts and was praised by Bobby Peacock of Roughstock. The song, he claimed, was not country in sound, but had “intriguing lyrics.” The song was made into a music video and was aired on CMT as well as Great American Country. The sisters wrote the song together with record producer Wayne Kirkpatrick, and Jane’s husband Kevin Kadish.
Coldwater Jane’s first and currently only album Marionette was released in August of 2011 and was met with positive reviews. Matt Bjorke, also of Roughstock, claimed it was a “standout” for the year and that the tracks “truly showcase the talent Coldwater Jane possesses.” Ron Kelly of Ladies Home Journal also praised the album, claiming that it “proves to be another testament to this duo’s ability to put their heads down and get the job done, all while having some fun along the way.”
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