Born in Chicago, the featured keyboardist on tour at the Sahara and Harrah’s in Las Vegas, Reno and Tahoe with the Lloyd Lindroth Show, plus on a double bill with Antonio Carlos Jobim in San Francisco. Later on with an all-girl trio with her sister, Fran, performed the opening for Diana Ross & The Supremes at the renowned Emerald Room at the Palmer House, Chicago.

CBC recording live, “HOT AIR”, Volume 3, “Step Right Up” with Jare on B-3 Hammond Organ released June of ’02 (still played frequently on CBC). Several years ago, she established the band, Soultrax, a vibrant synthesis of R&B, Pop, Rock, Reggae exhilaration, “sinful soul to sizzling solos”– with an amalgamation of local world-class musicians. Their new CD, “Trippin On Track One”, debut, was performed at the Vancouver International Jazz Festival in Granville Island. Recently, the Silk Purse, West Van, featured Soultrax, a sell-out concert last September, ‘09 for their Jazz-Blues Arts Review. See live video footage taken at the Starlight Casino. www.soultrax.info click “Music”.

The Fran Jaré Trio was featured for the last 3 years, at the Vancouver Art Gallery all summer, as well as concerts at Park Royal South Village on a weekly basis. Standing ovations were experienced at the Pender Harbor Jazz Festival. Appearing at the Jazz Cellar, from time to time, her quartet/quintet performed her originals/standards with Juno recipient, sax/flute artist, Tom Keenlyside and drummer, Buff Allen. A sold-out concert exhibited her exciting feel on organ, reminiscent of the late Jimmy Smith and Shirley Scott at a B-3 Organ Event. A new cream-of-the crop Brazilian, Pan-Amenian, Afro-Cuban venture, Bem Bem Beo, a multi-talented 5-piece, has a concert at the Silk Purse, July 11, ’13 with a seminar June 6.


Her scintillating piano styles, B3 Organ, and a mystique of smoky, sultry vocals generate a delicious potpourri: From the nostalgia of Jazz Piano, to Funky B3 Organ, a tasty compliment to any club/event.

   Enchanting and sensitive pianist / composer / vocalist is a talent to be heard. Her warm, smoky, naivety in sexy vocals – judiciously interspersed between piano solos – beguile the listener.