Alexandra Jayne is a singer songwriter from the West Midlands who recently supported James Blunt's 'Moon Landing' tour at the NIA in Birmingham. See footage of her at the NIA via BBC Midlands Today.
Two of her songs have been BBC Radio Shropshire's Song of the Month, firstly 'Who I've Become' and most recently her cover of Wizzard's 'I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday.' Last year, whilst based in Liverpool she won the Liverpool Acoustic Songwriting Challenge with her song '1969'.
A classically trained singer, Alexandra first picked up a guitar at the age of 15 and has since crafted her own distinctive songwriting. Her acoustic style is complemented by a strong, soulful voice which has led to comparisons with Joan Baez.
Alexandra gigs regularly and has previously performed at Liverpool's world famous Cavern Club and at festivals including Oxjam, Threshold Festival and Shropshire's Rock n Bowl Festival. She has performed live on BBC Radio and is a regular on BBC Shropshire Introducing.
"Alexandra just has a voice that is really beautiful and easily identifiable." - James Blunt
"Alexandra Jayne's stunning vocal arrangements and superb song writing ability will leave you absolutely defenceless against the pure beauty of her songs. With a voice reminiscent of Stevie Nicks, you will be spellbound by her songs." - Freaky Pug Records