Coldwater Jane is an American country music duo signed to Mercury Records Nashville. It is composed of Brandon Jane and Leah Crutchfield, who are sisters from Lucedale, Mississippi. The duo released its debut single, "Bring On the Love," to radio in early 2010. This song has charted on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts and has been made into a music video which has aired on Country Music Television and Great American Country. Jane and Crutchfield wrote the song in a jam session with record producer Wayne Kirkpatrick and Jane's husband, Kevin Kadish.
The song received a positive rating from Bobby Peacock of Roughstock, who thought that the song was not country in sound, but said that it had "intriguing lyrics." CM Wilcox of The 9513 gave it a thumbs-down, saying that it "isn't a bad introduction to the act" but also calling it "overly familiar" in sound.
Their album "Marionette" was released on August 29, 2011, and received positive reviews. Matt Bjorke of Roughstock says the album is a "standout" for the year and said "While the great single starts off the record with a stunning sense of urgency and bewilderment over the fact that the world seems to be fragmented, it is the following tracks on Marionette that truly showcase the talent Coldwater Jane possesses" Ron Kelly of Ladies Home Journal says "the release of their long-awaited debut CD Marionette proves to be another testament to this duo's ability to put their heads down and get the job done, all while having some fun along the way."