Jaycee Lynne


Jaycee Lynne

March 29:  Take to the Skies:  Durant, OK

April 9-10: Olney, IL  (more info later)

May 17:  Lebanon, TN (more info later)

See website: http://taketotheskiesairfest.com/See%26Do.html       for more info





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Shutik Isht Ia!  Choctaw Translation for Take to the Skies!

Jaycee is excited to be performing at the 2014 Take To The Skies AirFest in Durant, OK.  She is honored to be a part of such an amazing event that showcases the world of aviation!


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Jaycee Lynne is a singer/songwriter from rural Missouri.   Growing up on a farm, she spent many hours with the radio turned on.  Most of the time it was tuned to a country station. 

She was involved in 4-H where she exhibited rabbits and gave cooking demonstrations.  Her projects were selected for display at the State Fair.  She also presented demonstrations at the State Fair.                                                                                                                                         
As a member of the Girls Scouts, she was a leader for the local Brownie Troop and with her Girl Scout Troop, journeyed to various locations in Mexico to help Habitat for Humanity build housing for small villages.                                                                                                

While she was attending  the Missouri State Fair,  she went to her first live music concert.  The performer was country music artist Martina McBride.  After hearing her in concert, she became a Martina fan.  She bought almost every CD that Martina had available.  The dream of becoming a country music singer was born that night. But it remained just a small town girl’s dream.  She never really thought it would ever become anything other than a dream.  She had always loved music and listened to all genres but something happened at that concert and she found herself listening to more country music.  Soon she had CDs by JoDee Messina, Alison Krauss, Sara Evans, Dolly Parton, and Faith Hill.  Then as she grew older she discovered traditional artists such as Tammy Wynette. Lynn Anderson, Loretta Lynn, and Jeannie C. Riley.
At 15 years old, she met her manager who had spent several years in Nashville and agreed to take her on as an artist.  Jaycee began performing at shows throughout the Midwest and eventually began performing at showcases in Nashville.  The next step was to record a single.  She has begun her journey to become a performing artist like Martina McBride and all those others whose CDs she sang with as a little girl.  She also has had the opportunity to meet some of her early heroes and is proud to call them friends.

She tours throughout the United States, Canada, and England.  Jaycee performs music that reflects a varied background of musical experiences.  She also performs at the Hard Rock Cafe, the Nashville Palace, The Red Rooster and other venues in Nashville.   Most importantly, she strives to be an entertainer.  She performs a variety of music from contemporary country, traditional country and gospel.  She plays guitar and is learning fiddle.  From her days in school, she also plays saxophone.

She recently made her big screen debut.  Jaycee had a role in the recent filming of the movie, “The Identical”, featuring Ashley Judd, Seth Green, and Ray Liotta.  She will keep everyone posted on the release date.

Jaycee would like to thank everyone who had a part in the release of her first single to radio.  It was a Christmas song “Christmas In Our Town” which struck a chord with listeners.  People told her how the song brought back memories of holidays spent in small towns and cities with family and friends.   Memories that they had forgotten in the hectic times of life today.  Whether you requested the song on radio or purchased it online, THANK YOU!

A special thank you to all of the Radio Stations that added “Maybe It Will Come To You” to their rotation.  It was great for Jaycee to build such a wonderful relationship with Radio DJ’s around the world.  Please keep in touch with Jaycee.  She will be in touch with you about the release of her new single.

Jaycee has finished the recording of her upcoming EP. The first single will be released to radio soon.  ”Come Home” is now available for listening on this website.