Jayne Taylor, an award winning singer/songwriter/ recording artist, has been captivating audiences from a young age. Her ability to sing different styles of music, as well as foreign languages, makes her a voice for the ages. While Jayne was growing up, she took lessons in singing, violin, guitar, piano and tap dance. By the age of 14, Taylor had won numerous singing competitions and was offered a management contract from a talent agent to perform and record in Nashville. Throughout her teenage years, Taylor toured the state singing 50’s/60’s pop and country music in major theaters, including the Oshkosh Opera House, Stephanie H. Weil Center in Sheboygan, and the Door County Auditorium.

She has appeared on numerous TV stations, including Fox 6 WakeUp and Today’s TMJ4. In addition to appearing  on TV stations, she has also appeared on multiple radio stations, including AM 920 The Wolf, WMSE, WCUB 980AM, and WJRN 1400 La Voce D’Italia. She has also sang at the World’s Largest Music Festival – “Summerfest”, but one of her most memorable performances was when she sang the National Anthem to a crowd of 35,000, at Miller Park Stadium.  In addition to her musical accolades, Taylor has also hosted and produced her own weekly TV show, “The Jayne Taylor Show,” which could be viewed as far away as California and England. Jayne accomplished all of this while she attended college full time (with academic and music scholarships) and graduated with degrees in Business and English. 

In addition to singing and media work, Jayne is also a talented songwriter. Her original music has received recognition by the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) and has been played on various radio stations. On her current CD, “Souvenirs,”  Taylor sings a collection of retro pop songs in  French, Italian, Spanish, and English. Jayne is currently recording a new CD with an award-winning music producer.