Jane Jam Held in Remembrance of Janet “Jane Train” Rains

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PLAINS TOWNSHIP -- Friends and family joined together Thursday evening at the Woodlands in Plains Township to remember Janet Rains.

Rains, who was working as the road manager for the band Adrenaline Mob, was on tour with the group in Flordia in July when it was involved in a crash.

Rains passed away due to injuries from the accident on August 23rd.

Folks joined together to celebrate Rains' life at Jane Jam with live music which included 21 performances on three stages.

"She was a light. She was somebody who just always brightened up a room and somebody who just always had positive things to say. As far as music, she has a long record, it's not just her career with her cover band M-80 but she had her solo career and then previous to that she was on a lot of tours with really famous people. So, it's just, her whole life was music - what a perfect way to celebrate her life," said Dawn Randazzo.

"I beg, you had a chance to at least hear her sing. She, as beautiful as she was, that was how kind she was, how sweet she was. But if you stepped out of line, she put you in your place. That's how great she was," said Jason McCloe.

Proceeds from the event will go to support Jason McCloe, who was also injured in the July crash, and the new Janet Rains Memorial Music Scholarship Fund.

The scholarship will support children and teens interested in studying music.

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