Dana Jean Phoenix
Dana Jean Phoenix is a Synthwave artist from Toronto, who got her start touring internationally as a vocalist for Juno Award Winner Jully Black, and then as the front woman for the Juno Nominated electro-funk band God Made Me Funky. Dana Jean has since gained a following in the international Synthwave scene. Her original music has been featured on 'The Voice' (US) and the original feature film ‘The Walking Deceased’. In 2017, her collaboration with Timecop1983 'Dreams (Feat. Dana Jean Phoenix)', was featured in the Netflix original films 'You Get Me' and 'Coin Heist'. The song is also featured in the PS4/PC retro action RPG 'Crossing Souls'. Dana's third album, 'Synth City' landed #1 on CFBX's Electronic charts, #1 on CFMH's Top 30 charts. The album features production from Timecop1983, The Northern Lights, Highway Superstar, Robots With Rayguns, London Lazers, Till Wild, and The Amazing Mr. S and has received support from the Synthwave scene's leading sites and blogs: New Retro Wave, Vehlinggo, and Drive Radio.