Corinna Jane is a Melbourne-based singer, songwriter, performer and recording artist. Corinna is known for her explosive vocal power, sensual timbre and singular vocal range. Influenced by the likes of Aretha Franklin, Renee Geyer, Janis Joplin, Gladys Knight and Minnie Riperton, Corinna has been described as “the female Robert Plant” and her style as one of “effortless beauty”. Her debut album is in post-production and due to be released early 2015. Two singles from the forthcoming album are now available online at a variety of download and streaming sites. The first single, a starkly different version of the 80s classic hit by Billy Idol, White Wedding, was a surprise hit on iTunes.
Corinna Jane is also the lead vocalist and main songwriter of Liminal, an indie band that fuses rock and soul in a style that is dynamic, intense and compelling. Liminal's CD recordings are gradually being released in a digital format, and include works such as Galaxy and the award-winning Single Female Wanted. Liminal's debut EP is in post-production, with an anticipated release date of late 2014.
In addition to her work as a solo artist and with Liminal, Corinna self-released a CD single of recordings with the rock band Nova. The recording was compared favourably to the Beatles and Corinna's vocal work on the featured track, The River Song, described as "simply amazing... Her voice goes from a smoldering, seductive purr to a stunning high as the song crescendos to a close. She has the ability to inject an emotion, a soul into her voice that is seriously lacking a lot of modern music."