Jayme Salviati
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Jayme Salviati

Martinsburg, West Virginia, United States | SELF

Martinsburg, West Virginia, United States | SELF
Band Folk Acoustic


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EP "Destination Fiji" 2001
EP "A Drop of Golden Sun" 2003
EP "From Now On" 2006
EP "Partly Sunny, Chance of Rain" 2008



“There’s more to me than you see, take me by the hand and run with me”.
Jayme Salviati grew up with a love for music. At an early age, Jayme started showing signs of being a star. Things like standing on a fireplace singing Amy Grant and Mariah Carey and late night concerts in her bedroom with a hairbrush microphone just proved that she was made for the stage.
It wasn’t until after she was given a keyboard as a Christmas gift at the age of 9 that Jayme started to develop a love for writing music. “I used to sit with my headphones on in my bedroom in my pajamas, playing the same thing over and over”. She would take advantage of any chance she could get to be on the stage, doing what she loved, singing. “I was really shy to sing alone until I got tired of listening to the same people get all the solo parts. Then I decided to work up the nerve halfway through high school to try out. I gained confidence over night.” She wanted to expand her writing of music by taking up playing the guitar. During her senior year of high school, Jayme got her first guitar.
“Immediately I just started writing and writing and writing and recording in the bathroom and saved money to make my very first recording.” The first recording was at Bob Cat studios in Massachusetts, called “Destination Fiji”. All of the songs on Destination Fiji were written entirely by Jayme.
After moving away to college, she was even more inspired by her surroundings away from home, new friends, and new love. Her inspirations turned in to a new project called “A Drop of Golden Sun”, in 2003. College opened up many doors for Jayme, including performing opportunities in coffee shops, local clubs, festivals, and school events. “The content matured and I started to develop my sound, I started writing songs that people could connect to. “
“From Now On” (2006) was songs about a variety of things. “Certain people and events that happen in life influence my writing.” The EP sold out quickly, and fans were eagerly awaiting the next project by Jayme Salviati. At the end of 2007, Jayme entered the studio again, to work on the latest landmarks in her life. “I am so anxious for everyone to hear the new material. I have grown so much. I just hope that people will be able to connect to it.” Some of the songs on the new EP, “Party Sunny, Chance of Rain” include “Let You Down Easy”, “Ocean” and “Outside Looking In”. You can expect to see the new EP this fall.