At just 21, Cincinnati singer/songwriter Jane Decker is already a veteran performer. When she was 16, she was fronting the Pop/Rock band Belle Histoire, which released music on InVogue Records, toured the country and drew attention from various music press outlets. Toward the end of the group’s run, Decker was testing the solo waters and ended up appearing on the NBC show The Voice in 2013. She made it on TV, but didn’t pass the initial “blind audition,” which may have been a good thing, because viewers loved her performance of Florence + the Machine’s “You Got the Love” and made Decker a trending topic on Twitter. She capitalized on the attention by releasing music right after the appearance, and her momentum has carried through. This past March, Decker released her three-song single, Stonewallin’, and had her music video premiered by Yahoo! Music. Decker’s charisma and jubilant, unabashedly Pop style is more than catchy enough to take her to the next level.
You’ll Dig It If You Dig: Haim, Taylor Swift, Carly Rae Jepsen. (MB)