Jann Arden is a Canadien pop singer and songwriter who spent most of the eighties playing in local bars and busking, trying to get noticed. Her breakthrough came with her critically acclaimed 1992 debut album Time for Mercy and her first single "I Would Die For You". Her success grew with 1994's Living Under June, which featured her biggest hit to date outside of Canada, "Insensitive", which was released as a single from the soundtrack to the Christian Slater film Bed of Roses (number 12 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100). Another single from that same album, "Could I Be Your Girl", has also had significant airplay on Canadian adult contemporary radio and in an unusual move for a Jann Arden song, even featured a dance remix version which circulated on pop radio at the time.