Jayme Lynne Shares Thoughts On Her Career & New Single “No Complaints”

Kat Harlton

Emerging Canadian country artist Jayme Lynne, recently released her sassy new single “No Complaints” on February 18th via all streaming platforms. 

The song represents being content with the present, while innocently dreaming of a bigger and better life in a “perfect” world. Produced by Adam Newcomb (Jake Cornell, Sacha, Cleopatrick), the track embodies modern-day Dolly Parton vibes and allows listeners to drift into their own dreamland. 

Hailing from Keswick, ON, Jayme Lynn has been fueled by passion from a very young age, taking musical influence from artists such as Shania Twain, Maren Morris, Dolly Parton, Kelsea Ballerini and Taylor Swift. She has spent the last decade working towards pursuing her dream, and she takes her career very seriously.

Jayme graduated from the Music Business program at Durham College, ON in 2018, an experience that gave her perspective on all the moving parts of a successful career in the music industry. She also won the local talent contest, Georgina Idol, in 2014 and was a Top 10 finalist in Ontario’s country music talent competition, The Magna Hoedown Showdown, in 2017.

Jayme has shared the stage with incredible Canadian country acts such as James Barker Band and George Canyon, and has performed at the legendary Blue Bird Café in Nashville, TN. She also studied performance with live music producer, Tom Jackson (Taylor Swift, The Band Perry) and received voice instruction from world-renowned voice coach, Brett Manning (Keith Urban, Hayley Williams).

We had the opportunity to chat with Jayme Lynne about her new single, what she’s learned along the way, and what’s next.

Kat: Can you talk about the inspiration behind your latest single “No Complaints”?

Jayme Lynne: “No Complaints” started out as quite a different song than what it became.  I wrote the bridge in high school about a girl who was bullying me.  It was a cheeky way for me to rise above the situation, but also fight back just a little.  A few years later I took it to a co-write with Al Rowe and Mark Rynkun and the three of us turned it into the fun, high-spirited song it is now.

Kat: What do you hope fans take from the track?

Jayme Lynne: To me, this song is like an anthem for daydreamers, so I hope they find the space in the track to drift into their own version of a “perfect world.”  I hope they feel the lightness in their hearts, the fun in the lyrics, and most of all I hope this song brings them joy!

Kat: What do you find is the most challenging part of your creative process?

Jayme Lynne: Sometimes the hardest part is just getting started.  I find myself wearing so many hats as an Independent artist, which can keep me pretty busy.  So sometimes the hardest part is scheduling the time to let my mind wander and simply do what I love most: create.

Kat: What has been a career highlight for you so far? What have you learned along the way?

Jayme Lynne: Hearing my first single on the radio.  I’ll never forget that moment – I cried so much! I’ve learned a million things along the way.  The music industry, technology and social media all evolve so fast that I’m literally always learning new things every day.  It keeps things exciting!

Kat: What do you have planned for the rest of 2022?

Jayme Lynne: I have the “No Complaints” music video coming out next, which I’m so excited about!  Then I’m releasing a couple more singles before I put out my debut EP near the end of the year!

To connect with Jayme Lynne visit: http://jaymelynne.com

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