Our Story

"This pair not only harmonizes in rapturous fashion but creates instantly engaging music
through songwriting that's at once authentically retro in feeling yet fresh in approach"
- John Sinkevics, Local Spins

Plain Jane Glory is a husband and wife duo from West Michigan specializing in a brand of Neo-Folk/Americana music that is honest, passionate, heartfelt, eclectic, and nostalgic all at once. They use a variety of instrumentation including: vocal harmonies, violin/fiddle, acoustic guitar, banjo, harmonica, and percussion to create a surprisingly big sound for a duo. Their live performances are full of unbridled and infectious energy and their genuine love of making music together is evident from the very first note. Their unique musical chemistry has helped them garner a devout fan base in their hometown of Muskegon and the surrounding areas. Their live performances often transform coffee houses, breweries, bars, and restaurants into an intimate party that culminates in infectious toe tapping, hand clapping, dancing, hooting and hollering, and all sorts of revelry.

Plain Jane Glory has been performing together since 2008 under various names. The two met while performing music in a Western themed play for the Red Cross and have been virtually inseparable ever since. Plain Jane Glory has adopted a Springsteen-like work ethic, playing anywhere from 2-5 shows a week, sometimes more. They recently released their long-awaited and highly anticipated debut album “Someday When Things Are Good” in December of 2014. The album is highly autobiographical
and takes listeners on an endearing journey of hardship and hope. Plain Jane Glory has released their sophomore album, "Grace of Hours," which ambitiously delves into the preciousness of time and confronting our mortality with grace.