You don’t have to spend much time with singer-songwriter Jayme Lynn Reed to appreciate her talent and sincerity as well as her feel-good story that continues to develop right before our eyes. A small town girl from Keswick, Ontario, Jayme Lynn’s passion has carried her to performances at some of the most popular venues in Nashville... as well as put her in front of the music industry’s top development figures. She has been performing in front of live audiences since the age of 10, and now travels throughout Ontario with her band, performing at fairs, festivals, country bars, etc. Jayme Lynn is backed by a group of talented and credible musicians. Some of them include guitarist Graham Young (just played at CCMA’s Country Music Week), bassist Drew Danko (who has taken after his father, Terry, and his uncle, Rick, from ‘The Band’), and drummer Jeff Cox (from The Road Heavy).  She is also working on her debut EP to be recorded in Nashville (at RCA Studios) and released to radio in the fall. 


     Jayme has also taken advantage of opportunities that most artists can only dream about.  Her travels to the city of Nashville have resulted in her studying performance with live music producer Tom Jackson.  Considered by many to be the best in the world when it comes to teaching live performance, Jackson has worked with the likes of Taylor Swift and The Band Perry.  She also received voice instruction from world-renowned voice coach, Brett Manning (Keith Urban, Hayley Williams).  And Jayme has also performed at some of Nashville’s most popular venues, including the legendary Blue Bird Café.