"Let's Fly" EP now available on Itunes and her book "Someone Save Me" is schedule to release in spring 2013.
After being dumped at a hospital in 2000 following a drug overdose, Jane Doe was left without much hope. This troubled teen turned beauty queen has since been inspiring audiences around the world as a guest of the United Nations, military chapters, national talk shows and universities. In 2010 alone, Kole spoke at conferences featuring John King (CNN), Nic Adler (The Roxy), Brad Hunstable (Ustream.tv), Whurley (Chaotic Moon Studios) and David Almacy (former internet director for the Whitehouse) to name a few.
Currently, Kole spends her musical time in a band with soon to be husband, Asi Meskin, in Running Still. Traveling runs as deep as music for this nomad who gave up her home 18 months ago in Austin, TX for a 50 city tour that never ended. After seeing the US and Canada with her band Kole and Significant Others, Kole is currently on her third stint across the US in less than a year.
There’s a distinctive force behind Running Still’s music that’s undeniable. Maybe it is the love this couple shares or their varying backgrounds in music that brings it together. Their dynamic live shows prove this is a band with staying power, and people are starting to take notice. Running Still has toured all across the US, the UK, Belgium, Germany, The Netherlands, Israel and beyond at clubs, house concerts and anywhere music lovers are present. With harmonies often compared to the Civil Wars and music that will strip you down and remind just how beautiful life can be, Running Still’s songs are dripping with passion that draws their listeners in and leaves them wanting more.
In 2011, Kole self published an initial first draft of “Someone Save Me, my story, my struggle” a self-written biography outlining her battle for survival, available only to die-hard fans on her 50 city tour. Currently, the book is in full development with an early 2013 release.