Formed in 1970, Peter Panka's "JANE" took just two short years to breakthrough to success with cult German label, Brain.
Following the release of the classic LP "together", Jane had a personnel change and moved away from their original formula - losing them the likenings to Pink Flloyd that they had earned through their earlier releases.
After many years ranking alongside bands such as Grobschnit and Kraftwerk, Jane are now ready to revitalise the enthusiasm that was shown to their debut LP "Together".
In June 2007, Peter Panka died, aged 59.
Peters greatest wish was that the band should continue - and that is a wish that the Band ensure will be realised with the release of their new album "Traces".
Traces is the second album from Werner Nadolnys Jane: There are 12 brand new Songs which show the band in top form, a melting pot of traditional and contemporary Jane.