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Jane Brace is a former BBC-TV journalist now specialising in music publicity for independent artists. For the past 25 years she has been a self-employed journalist and publicist, specialising in arts and music publicity, TV publicity for Discovery and Meridian and prime time drama for BBC 1, including co-productions for the Canadian Broadcasting Commission.

She is currently publicity manager for the acclaimed acoustic band Show of Hands, winners of Best Duo and Best Original Song at the 2010 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards– a band that has achieved no less than five Royal Albert Hall sell outs - and publicist for the incomparable The Young’uns – twice winners of Best Group at the Folk Awards (2016 and 2015) and nominated in 2018 for Best Album and Best Original Song.

Jane has worked on campaigns for Kate Rusby’s last two albums and publicised several BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards winners and nominees including 2018 Best Group nominees Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys, triple Musician of the Year nominee Will Pound, 2016 Best Album nominee Damien O’Kane; 2014 Best Duo winners Phillip Henry & Hannah Martin, 2012 Musician of the Year winner Tim Edey and 2013 double nominee Luke Jackson.

She has carried out album and tour campaigns for acclaimed multi-artists projects (The Transports and Songs for The Voiceless, event publicity for several UK folk festivals including Bristol and Derby and is currently publicist for the fast-rising East Anglian festival, FolkEast.