Paul Lancia met drummer Shon McKee backstage while attending a concert at the Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The two started talking about their previous bands, and what they thought a rock band for the new millennium should be, and it was soon apparent that they shared the same musical aspirations. Paul and Shon set out to put together the ultimate rock band and after endless hours and countless dollars they came across Corey Beasley. Corey had answered an ad in a local entertainment paper and was in the band after his first audition. His energy was overwhelming and writing ability was going to be a huge asset to the band. The threesome now was on the hunt for a bass player. Corey brought in the bass player from his roommate's band for rehearsals. Howie Cooperstein was exactly what the band was looking for. Howie brought the musicianship and drive that they needed and thus the lineup was complete. The group now known as LAZY JANE immediately started writing new material and released their debut album entitled "Destiny" in July 2000. In December 2000 they were voted to have an unreleased song put on the KOMP 92.3FM "Homegrown CD" and in the spring of 2001 the band headed to Northern California to record a 3-song demo with Sammy Hagar producer, Bob Daspit. Currently, LAZY JANE is back in the studio working on a new look, sound, and attitude with another new producer, Mark Wolfson. Mark has worked with everyone from Stone Temple Pilots to Sir Mix-a-lot and The Talking Heads to Natalie Cole. The new songs are turning out great and LAZY JANE will be recording in L.A. in early January 2002. Their music and live performance is going to prove to the world what an American rock and roll band is all about. LAZY JANE IS THE ONE BAND YOU SHOULD NOT MISS SEEING WHILE YOU STILL HAVE THE PRIVILEGE TO SEE THEM IN A SMALL AND INTIMATE VENUE!