Representing the talented folk/Americana artist AJAYE, I am Eli, and I’m thrilled to introduce you to her upcoming EP, “Silverline.” Guy Allison of The Doobie Brothers aptly captures the essence of AJAYE’s music, likening it to Shawn Colvin’s beloved album ‘A Few Small Repairs’. Her work weaves together poignant storytelling and soulful vocals, resonating in the realms of modern folk and Americana.
Hailing from the picturesque landscapes of British Columbia, Canada, AJAYE’s artistry emerges from the crucible of carving her own path in life. Her upcoming acoustic EP, “Silverline,” is a tapestry of beautifully crafted songs and accompanying live videos that delve into the profound journey of growing up. With compassion and optimism, AJAYE navigates common experiences, infusing her work with an honesty that strikes a chord. “Growing Up,” the first of seven songs, serves as a powerful introduction to AJAYE’s world. It’s a reminder to be gentle with oneself through the seasons of growth, recognizing that our journey of self-discovery is boundless.
The EP was written collaboratively by AJAYE and Joni Delaurier, produced by Joe Ernewein, and engineered and mixed by Steve Dawson at The Hen House Studio in Nashville, TN. The accompanying video, skillfully filmed and edited by Jason and Chelsea Garriott of Music Neighbors, perfectly complements the sonic and lyrical nuances of the track. AJAYE’s musical prowess has earned her acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic. She has graced renowned venues like the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville and received accolades, including the 2019 British Columbia Country Female Artist of the Year. An endorsed artist with AMI Guitars and Lanikai Ukuleles, AJAYE’s performances are imbued with a genuine passion for her craft.
With “Silverline” on the horizon, AJAYE promises an EP that not only touches the heart but also resonates with anyone on their own path of growth and self-discovery.