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Janice's first memory with music goes way back to singing harmony on such songs as "By the Light of the Silvery Moon" with her grandfather at the age of 4. Since then she grew up to become a jingle singer. And, for over a decade she sang numerous national jingles, for everyone from McDonald's, GE and Diet Coke to AT&T, Big Red Gum, Burger King, Pepsi, Pillsbury, Sheraton, and on and on. As co-owner of London by Night productions, she co-produced and arranged albums for John Gorka, Christine Lavin and Lucy Kaplansky, among others, as well as scoring numerous national videos for Ricoh, AT&T, and Schick, etc. She is a singer/songwriter and her song "Camomile Flowers" is archived in the Smithsonian Institution. She also received 2 honorable mentions in Billboard's International Songwriting competition in 2009 for "Flying Free" and "Wondering Why." Currently she is working on her "Saturday Morning Songs" album, singing and touring around the world with the Dharma Bums and performing her original material with the Woodstock based band--The Cupcakes!
Other feathers in her cap include winning the Food Network title of "Best Cake in the Country" for her "Classic Four Layer Cake," having her cake sold internationally in every TGIFridays for over a year, which led to a a baking book recently published by Wiley Press, and being chosen as a top finalist in the 48th Pillsbury Bake-Off, which included having her recipe on the back of their "Double Fudge Brownie Mix." She is also owner of the award winning bakeshop "Peace, Love and Cupcakes" located in the center of Woodstock, NY.