Jeanne Sagan

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Jeanne Sagan
Jeanne Sagan performing with All That Remains at Rock am Ring in 2015
Jeanne Sagan performing with All That Remains at Rock am Ring in 2015
Background information
Birth nameJeanne Sagan
Born (1979-01-18) January 18, 1979 (age 45)
Springfield, Massachusetts, U.S.
Years active2001–present

Jeanne Sagan (born January 11, 1979) is an American musician. She is the bassist and backing vocalist for the heavy metal band Crossing Rubicon, but is best known as the former bassist and backing vocalist for the heavy metal-metalcore band All That Remains from 2006 to 2015. Before joining All That Remains, she was bassist in the band The Acacia Strain in 2003. In 2006, she was asked to join All That Remains after bassist Matt Deis left the band. She originally worked merchandise tables for Prosthetic Records.

As of November 2012, Sagan plays a black cherry Spector Legend 4 Classic four-string bass with EMG 35DC active pickups, and Ampeg SVT bass amplifiers. She is a former Ibanez player, using both Soundgear 4-strings and an ARTB100 four-string, the latter of which can be seen in the music video for the song "Hold On" from the album For We Are Many. She uses Orange amplifiers and Omega speaker cabinets.

In October 2015, Sagan announced her amicable departure from All That Remains in order to pursue personal interests.[1] She was replaced by Aaron "Bubble" Patrick, formerly of the band Bury Your Dead. She currently plays bass and backing vocals in Crossing Rubicon, alongside her husband, frontman Scotty Anarchy.


Light is the Language[edit]

  • The Void Falls Silent - (2001)

All That Remains[edit]

Crossing Rubicon[edit]

  • No Less Than Everything - (2016)
  • Seeing Red - (2019)


  1. ^ "All That Remains on Facebook". Facebook. Archived from the original on 2022-04-27.[user-generated source]