#SPOTTED: DELANEY JANE IN TORONTO AT DRAKE HOTEL
Toronto Singer-Songwriter Delaney Jane has been plugging away at her craft for some time, so 2018 was a year of breakthroughs for her. Her hit Bad Habits was a staple across Canadian radio, garnering 5.4 million streams on Spotify alone. Her Track Easy Go has over 22.3 million streams on the service.
She has worked with some of Dance Music’s elite like Adventure Club, Tiesto, KSHMR and more and is said next to be collaborating with Toronto’s Zeds Dead.
Delaney Jane played two sold-out shows at The Drake Hotel Underground in Toronto and the snowstorm we experienced couldn’t stop her friends, family and fans from showing up. Sporting a ponytail, she showed her range from powerful ballads to synthy-Dance Pop and she delivered the goods live, at points overcome with emotion.
She tells the audience she worked as a waitress and even McDonald’s for two years. “It doesn’t matter if you only make a little money, just do it!” , she tells the intimate audience on following their dreams.
We got to chat with Delaney Jane quickly after her show, which saw her met with tons of selfie requests and hugs. She tells us one of her most powerful tracks, a song where she asks her love if he’d be better off if she died, still unreleased, was written in 20 minutes and as often is the case, the best songs come quickly from the heart.
She promises more shows to come in case you missed the pleasure of hearing her live. More on Delaney Jane here.
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(Photo credit: Mr. Will Wong)