Janey Street is an American singer and songwriter born and raised in New York City. As an artist, she’s recorded several albums in her early career for Warner Brothers / Reprise, Capitol Records and also for Arista Records under the guidance of legendary music mogul Clive Davis. She’s spent many years on the road playing small clubs and 20,000-seat venues through out the US and Canada. She opened for the Bee Gees, Richie Havens, and John Hammond Jr., to name a few. Perhaps most well-known is her single “Under The Clock,” which was a Billboard Top 20 A/C hit, as well as receiving rotation on VH1.
For the new video “(I’m Not) The Girl I Used To Know,” Janey takes an introspective look at herself and the many lessons she’s learned in her life. Seen through the eyes of Janey, inspired by a young girl outside the coffee shop where she sits, it’s a touching journey from past to present. A smattering of photos from the past several decades come across the screen in a collage while Janey and her band perform for an eager crowd. Returning to the scene at the coffee shop, Janey comes outside to find the young girl sharing a tender moment with Janey’s loving dog. Though their exchange is brief, Janey sees a little bit of herself in the child, knowing that as long as the journey has been, the best days are still ahead of her.