LOCAL MUSIC | Jayne Batstone to Release New EP ‘Line Art’

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LOCAL MUSIC | Jayne Batstone to Release New EP ‘Line Art’

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Rising singer-songwriter Jayne Batstone is set to release her new EP Line Art on November 2nd.

Born and raised in St. John’s, Batstone has been surrounded by music and the arts her whole life and performance has made her who she is – singer/songwriter, actor, dancer, advocate, ally.

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“Jayne’s voice has been described as “smooth’ and “haunting” underlined by a quiet confidence. While still a teenager herself it’s clear through her songs that she has an “old soul”. Her authentic energy radiates within her songs through economy of words and sound,”  a media release shared ahead of the EP launch.

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Featuring Chris Batstone, Wade Tarling, Chris LeDrew, Adam Staple, Sean Panting and Alison Batstone, the EP features the hit single I Won’t Say It, which climbed the charts of the station CIOE and won the junior music category at the 2020 Arts & Letters competition.

Stay tuned for much more from this promising musician!

*Photography by Jeff Parsons

 

 

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Dillon Collins is a writer based out of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. Multi-time MusicNL nominee for Media Person of the Year. Lover of heavy metal, hoppy beverages and the loveable canine.

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