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Cover Band from Nashville, TN - Will travel up to 1500 miles
MEMBER SINCE 2015
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$1600 - $3500
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Jamie Saylor, coming off the success of his new EP "Fly On", which has two songs that will be featured in the upcoming film "Elbow Grease" starring Burt Reynolds and Whitney Goin, is looking forward to 2015 as his best year yet. Saylor's soulful voice with a distinctive country twang and a sound that can be best described as southern fried swamp, paired with a live show that can be summed up in two words "pure energy", sets him apart from all others. Saylor has spent the past 8 years performing all over the Southeast while living in Nashville, TN. From fraternity houses, bars and weddings, to backyards and bbq Saylor has played em all. With a music mix that includes all your favorite covers from multiple genres, and originals that soon will be he has the perfect mix for a good time. Whether playing a solo acoustic show to 50 people or a full band show for 1,000 the result is always the same: an unforgettable party !
Saylor, who plays lefthanded, taught himself guitar and discovered his passion for music while working and backpacking through New Zealand. While living in hotels, hostels, and riverside tents, the people he met and their stories inspired him to begin writing his own material. When asked how much the year in NZ helped his music Saylor stated, "Life experiences like the year I spent in New Zealand were extremely valuable to my music. People think when they see someone with a backpack on walking down the road they are wandering aimlessly, but often times it's the exact opposite they are searching for a greater purpose and I found mine with music."
He took that passion and moved to Murfreesboro, TN where he attended MTSU and graduated from the Recording Industry Program in 2008. Saylor is also a graduate of the University of Kentucky, where he played football from 2001-2004. He is a member of the Frank G. Ham Society of Character for UK athletes, and also the first person to ever receive the Most Inspirational Player Award for Kentucky football.