Jan Hellriegel is a singer/songwriter based in Auckland, New Zealand.
Her first recorded appearances were in Dunedin band Working With Walt in the mid-1980s when Jan studied at the University of Otago in Dunedin. She then formed all-woman band Cassandra's Ears, moving back to Auckland and going solo in the early 90s.
Hellriegel has released four solo studio albums, "It's My Sin" 1992, "Tremble" 1995, "All Grown Up" 2009, and "Sportsman Of The Year" in 2019.
She has toured with and supported many international acts including The Cure, Jeff Buckley, David Byrne, Diesel, and Ron Sexsmith.
She has also performed as a guest vocalist for many bands such as Straitjacket Fits, The Verlaines and The Mutton Birds, notably on the latter's hit single Nature.