Jane Getz made a solid but short impression while performing in NY in the mid- to past due ’60s, and appeared to disappear until she emerged in LA in the mid-’90s. The simple truth is that she under no circumstances remaining music, but got an extended hiatus from jazz. Regarded as a prodigy as a kid, Getz turned from traditional music to jazz when she was nine. She resided in LA and SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and at age 15, lowered out of senior high school and journeyed to NEW YORK, where within hours she was using Pony Poindexter. Getz caused a who’s who of jazz during her eight years in NY, especially with Charles Mingus, Stan Getz (unrelated), Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Charles Lloyd, and Pharoah Sanders (with whom she documented for ESP). In the first ’70s, Getz shifted back again to L.A. and became a studio room musician. She was authorized to RCA beneath the name Mom Hen and performed country music, furthermore to showing up on many rock and roll and pop albums (including with Ringo Starr, Harry Nilsson, and John Lennon). After twenty years beyond jazz, Getz began playing jazz gigs in LA, frequently teaming up with Dale Fielder, where it had been apparent that her improvising abilities were still quite definitely intact. In 1996, she finally documented her initial jazz album being a leader, No Relationship (Clarion Jazz).