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Piano pop-rock artist Jayme Dawicki has toured across the country from coast to coast and down south, performing in 33 states including New York's The Bitter End, Austin’s South by Southwest, and Milwaukee’s Summerfest & Turner Hall Ballroom.  She has released four albums of original music featuring her vocal, piano, and writing skills.  Jayme’s songs have been licensed for numerous shows through television networks including MTV (“The Real World Hollywood and Brooklyn”, “I Used To Be Fat”, “Teen Mom 2”, and “Sixteen and Pregnant”), NBC ("Last Comic Standing”), the CW (“America’s Next Top Model”), the Style Network (“Giuliana and Bill”) and Lifetime.  Her song “Here I Go” also played nationally on Kohl’s Department Stores in-store radio station.  Jayme had international success when her song “Joe Barry” took the Runner-Up prize in the AAA/Alternative category for the 8th IAMA Competition (International Acoustic Music Awards which is a division of the USA Songwriting Competition) along with her song “Save Me” making it to the top 10 for the Best Female Singer category. Her tune “72 ½ Toyota Truck” was also a semi-finalist in the Unsigned Only Music Competition. Jayme has opened for major label acts The Fray, Sophie B. Hawkins, Hannah Holbrook of SHEL, Kelly Hogan, Taylor Dayne, and Ferras and was the 2006 WAMI (WI Area Music Industry) Female Vocalist of the Year winner.  In her hometown of Milwaukee, Jayme teaches piano and voice plus accompanies vocalists, instrumentalists, and choirs.  She freelances as a pianist/vocalist for private events, and enjoys singing the national anthem for the Milwaukee Brewers and service organizations.  In addition, she has had roles in commercials, industrial films, and print ads through various talent agencies.  In 2002, Jayme won the title of Miss Wisconsin, competed at the Miss America pageant, and spent her year traveling the state as an advocate for the fine arts in schools.  Jayme has a BFA degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in InterArts: Music and Theater.

  Jayme Dawicki

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