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Unfortunately due to Covid 19 there are no current performances scheduled. Contact us via email and we'll keep you posted as to when launches and other performances are scheduled in the future.

Past Gigs and Events

In 2020, there were a number of launches planned for Another Song About Love at the beginning of the year. These launches were at  writers festivals and music venues in Sydney and Melbourne. Unfortunately due to Covid 19 all of these were cancelled. Towards the end of the year Janie hosted a few lovely intimate launches with limited numbers. We're very grateful to the following venues for supporting us in this way. Go to the gallery and have a look at the photos too.

October 10:

Janie and Deb from Music Bizarre organised this small but intimate gathering of friends, readers and listeners local to Lismore and the northern rivers. It was a well-needed a ritual to send the project out into the world and let everyone know it's available in stores and online. Janie was in conversation with local poet and author Christine Strelan about the life and times of the novel and music.

November 12:   

Launch at Little Lost Bookshop in Katoomba with brother Mic Conway doing the honours in introducing his sister to the people of the Blue Mountains. Janie sang songs and signed books and music.

December 8:

 Launch at Gleebooks. Janie was in conversation with author Mandy Sayer and sang songs with her music producer and son Tamlin Tregonning. 



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is a vocal harmony and rhythm-based trio that Janie has been involved in for the last couple of years. They draw on myriad influences including; folk, blues, jazz and country.

No strangers to blockades, demonstrations and topical songwriting, Janie Conway Herron, Timi Bell and Karen Connors are a classy act that couples environmental and humanist sensibilities with luscious three-part harmony.


JATIKA opened for UK singer songwriter Rory McLeod alongside Orkestra Lismoré at the Lismore City Bowling Club on Tuesday February 11, and Nimbin School of Arts  on Wednesday February 12 2020


Friday, 20 September 2019

8pm – 10pm
Girls in Our Town - the Sedition Festival

National Art School
Cell Block Theatre
Burton Street
Darlnghurst NSW 2010
Sydney, Australia
Janie played with her son Tamlin and brother Jim on this show and shared the stage with Margret Roadknight, Jeanie Lewis, Jan Cornall & Elizabeth Drake, Shayna Karlin and Christa Hughes. The concert was part of the Sedition Festival of art, music and pictures and commemorated a tour that Janie did with Margret, Jeanie, Jan & Elizabeth forty years earlier.
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