|When I Believed|
Jaymie is getting country radio airplay all over Nebraska Country radio on KXKT Omaha, KTWI Omaha, KXKZ Lincoln, KRGI Grand Island, KZTL North Platte(heavy rotation), KQKX Norfolk, KRVN Lexington, KRNY Kearney, KTIC West Point, KMCX Ogallala, KIOD McCook(heavy rotation), and streaming on KSJQ St. Joe, Missouri.
Jaymie is in the Road to Stampede "Battle of the Bands" in Topeka Kansas for 94Country Stampede, WIBW
Jaymie is endorsed by Luna Guitars.
As one of the 4 sisters of Mulberry Lane, Jaymie Jones, co-songwriter, co-lead singer and guitarist, had unprecedented success on MCA Records, as an all girl band, out of the heartland of America, produced by acclaimed producer, Don Gehman.
18 months ago, Jaymie began a musical journey on her own, writing music in the genre she grew up listening to, and has always loved, country music. "My songs have always come out country. I decided it was time to step out on my own and express myself, dig deep, create what I've always wanted to do in my life." Jaymie began her solo project, knowing the only thing that matters is . . "the paper, pen and guitar at my kitchen table at midnight, the experience of a real woman in real life, the heartbreak and hope of it all."
As song after song flowed out of her, she sent them to her former record label head, famed producer and friend Don Gehman. Don loved her songs, and wanted to produce her record. "Don understands my inner voice. I am blessed to be working him, as he is so intuitive. He gets that even my uptempo rockers come from that place of deep realization of the struggles of life, and the stories of the everyday heroes that carry on."
At the same time, her demos caught the ear of Erik Johnson, PD of KXKT the KAT, Clear Channel Omaha. Erik encouraged her to step out on her own, with her unique country vocal sound. Last November, Don took Jaymie in the studio in LA with stellar musicians Kenny Aronoff on drums, Tim Pierce on guitar and Chris Chaney on bass.
On February 1, 2011, Jaymies first single, Armour, made it's radio debut, on KXKT, the KAT in Omaha. More stations began coming on in Nebraska, and growing to surrounding states. Jaymie knows industry folks are watching her. But what means the most is fans connecting to her music. This past December, on a Holiday Tour with Mulberry Lane, for her solo, Jaymie performed a song she had written abt SGT Justin Duffy, KIA in Iraq called Shepherd. At the end of her performance, she stood on the stage, alone, for a 3 minute standing ovation from the crowd of 2,000. "We were all connected. I feel I have arrived."
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The signature harmonies of Mulberry Lane have taken them around the world, up the charts (#25 US pop/top 40 chart; #6 in Japan), on national and international TV and radio shows (including Good Morning America, Regis, CBS This Morning, CNN, VH-1, Fox, Delilah, John Tesh, and nationally televised National Anthems on ESPN and NBC), and into the homes of Mulberry Lane fans in over 16 countries. They have sold over 500,000 CDs and played for crowds up to 130,000.