From a love of sultry sirens like Julie London, Peggy Lee, and Rosemary Clooney, Garner self-produced Jazz Prequel. She sings the classic American standards "What's Your Story Morning Glory?," "Come-On-A-My-House," "Lover," "Let There Be Love," and "A Cottage for Sale'. Richard Bourcier of JazzReview.com said, "Janice sings ballads with a sexy and breathy style that demands your attention. 'A Cottage for Sale' stands out as a personal favorite, approaching Arthur Prysock's memorable version." Janice Garner is a singer, musician, songwriter and lyricist. A lover of philosophy, culture, and the arts, she possesses a constantly evolving fascination that is evident in her songs, which deal thematically with love, faith, desire, and dreams. Probing her own emotions, spirituality and sensuality fuels her many art forms. Garner's life has embraced artistic expression in a variety of forms. She communicates intimately with her audience whether she is penning a song, playing the keys, singing a stanza or transforming a face or a blank canvas. The journey has evolved from her constant desire to explore, inspire, and create. She fluidly channels that urge through her hands and her voice, baring her soul. For more than 20 years she has been a makeup artist for the TV, film, music and media industries working with hundreds of top CEOs, political leaders, Olympic athletes and celebrities such as Kevin Spacey, Bruce Willis, Daniel Craig, Kevin Costner, Steven Tyler, Rudy Giuliani, Salma Hayek, Michael Phelps, Billy Bush, John Mayer, Erykah Badu, Andy Garcia, George W. Bush, Wanda Sykes, Jeffrey Katzenberg and many major national and international broadcast networks. In true Renaissance fashion, for more than a decade, Garner has been painting and creating a number of original works of modern art in oil, acrylic and mixed media which she has successfully sold and continues to exhibit in local galleries. She is currently working on licensing her designs to the textile industry and a book that is a collection of inspirations and quotes from Buddha, Jesus and Gandhi.