Paulina Jayne is an 18-year-old high school senior who began her songwriting career more than nine years ago. As a young girl, Paulina took traditional piano lessons, but quickly became an ear player while experimenting with notes and chords. This began a musical explosion that continues today, including hundreds of original songs, many instruments and more than 60 performances acoustically or with her band.
Thus far, Paulina has had the privilege to open for and perform her original music with many well-known artists including Sheryl Crow, Chase Rice, Ty Stone and Jerrod Niemann. Paulina has also shared the marquee with artists including Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Hunter Hayes and Blackberry Smoke. Her performances also include live webstream concerts, radio and television programs.
Paulina has also been invited by multi-Grammy Award winning producer Toby Wright to audition for NBC’s hit show “The Voice.”
Paulina has had the honor of co-writing and collaborating with several respected hit songwriters including Shane McAnally, Trey Bruce, JTX, Bonnie Baker, Steph Jones and Danny Orton. She is presently an artist in development with Trey Bruce in Nashville, who has produced her latest songs.
Other recording experiences of Paulina’s include the production of her first record at Oceanway Studios in Nashville and Rustbelt Studios in metro Detroit, working with musicians such as Audley Freed (The Black Crowes, Peter Frampton, Jimmy Paige, Aerosmith, Sheryl Crow, Dixie Chicks); Keith Gattis (Dixie Chicks); Robert Kearns (Lynyrd Skynyrd and Sheryl Crow); Fred Eltringham of (k.d. lang and Sheryl Crow) and Jen Gunderman, Professor of Rock and Roll Music at Vanderbilt University.
At the end of her junior year, Paulina released her first EP. To launch her EP, Paulina performed at the popular Detroit venue, St. Andrew’s Hall. Aside from Eminem, Paulina was one of a few artists to sell out a performance at The Shelter, also located in St. Andrew’s Hall.
Although music is the focal point of her life, Paulina Jayne maintains a 4.0 GPA in her high school AP curriculum. While juggling a virtually full-time job as a performer and songwriter, she served as captain of her basketball team, was elected to homecoming court, was selected for the National Honor Society, among other activities. She was voted by her 450 member class as “Most Likely to Succeed” and was recently accepted to Belmont University in Nashville for the fall of 2014, where she plans to major in Music Business.
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