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Jaycee Lynne is a singer/songwriter from rural Missouri. 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, BB Kings 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, from her days in school, she also plays saxophone. 2013 was a very busy year for Jaycee. She has been doing great work for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital at several functions and her song, “Come Home” was featured on The Christmas With The Vets Website. A few of the highlights include: being presented with the Rising Legend Award by the National Tradional Country Music Association, and opening a show for Randy Houser and Jerrod Niemann. She also had the opportunity to open for Gretchen Wilson at The BB Kings Blues Club at CMA Fan Fest. Last year was great for Jaycee, but 2014 has started even better. She is looking forward to shows at CMA Fan Fest in The Listening Room on June 6th and Jeannie’s Music Theater on June 7th. She also has other shows pending for Fan Fest which be undated soon. 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. The movie is now in theaters.