Red Honey / Press

“Erika Jane and her mother each had the same wish for Christmas one year. Jane threw out the idea, hoping to plant the seed in her mom's mind. It backfired. “One year I told my mom that I'd like a guitar for Christmas and she said ‘me, too,'” Jane said. “The next thing I know, my mom got a guitar for Christmas and I got a sweater.” Eventually, Jane got a guitar and she hasn't put it down. “Vocally, there's a Nancy Sinatra thing with Johnny Cash meeting Grace Slick. It has a country feel with White Stripes mixed in.” There's a lot of music thrown into Jane's comparisons to her new band's music, but it all fits. Jane and bandmates Jacob Fritz Waller (guitar), Jarrod Perkins (drums) and JP Hess (bass) have worked in the studio to get the songs right, posted four already on their Website for listening and hope the EP is out in January.”

“Amerika Jane CD release party “After some deliberation and a little blood, sweat and tears, we are glad to report that we are releasing our album, Half Moon to Here,” writes Erika Jane Ferraby, formerly the front woman of Erika Jane & Remember the Bees. The “formerly” is not because Ferraby has left that band, but because the band has adopted, with its new album, a new moniker: Amerika Jane. Check out the group’s new website, amerikajane.com, and, while you’re at it, check out the CD release show at the LAB on Friday, July 30. 9:30 p.m., $8 includes a CD.”

“Asheville's first-ever DIG (Downtown Independent Groove) Festival shows its roots”

““Catch a buzz with the Bees,” says Blues rockers Erika Jane & Remember the Bees, who welcome the weekend with a performance at Highland Brewing Company (12 Old Charlotte Hwy., Asheville, 299-3370). Brewery tours and tasting room at 4 p.m., music begins at 5 p.m.”

“Suit up for a rollicking good time Thursday, December 10 at 9PM, when Erika Jane and Remember The Bees perform along with Open Windows at Jack of the Woods.”

“Erika Jane and Remember the Bees is among the acts performing "69 Love Songs" Saturday night at The Grey Eagle.”

“You can sing me anything Asheville musicians recreate the iconic 69 Love Songs by Rebecca Sulock in Vol. 16 / Iss. 29 on 02/10/2010”