Honey Jam is a non-profit programme run by PhemPhat Entertainment Group established in 1995 for young Canadian female artists of all cultures and representing all genres of music.

Honey Jam provides mentoring, educational, performance and networking opportunities culminating with a stellar showcase of live music.

Honey Jam organizes impactful experiences for the artists such as songwriting camps, industry workshops, mentor cafe’s, tickets to major artist concerts, opportunities to attend industry events, paid performance opportunities and interactive sessions to learn from major artists. Four Chords and the Truth founder, Andrea England, has served as a Honey Jam songwriting mentor several times, and many Hobey Jam alumni have played Four Chords over the years, including July Black, Nefe, and Melissa Bel.

Honey Jam provides a welcoming, supportive sisterhood and a safe space for young women to not only learn about the industry but also to be vulnerable, to build self esteem, and long-lasting relationships. Alums include Nelly Furtado, LU KALA, Haviah Mighty, Jenna Walker of the Reklaws, Adria Cain, Jully Black, Melanie Fiona, Savannah Re and many more.

For more information, or to audition, visit Honeyjam!