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Piano pop-rock artist Jayme Dawicki’s albums, Love Love and Shatter Queen have seen licensing success with MTV: her songs have been featured on “The Real World Hollywood and Brooklyn”, “I Used To Be Fat”, “Teen Mom 2”, and “Sixteen and Pregnant”. Her songs have also been heard on NBC's "Last Comic Standing", The CW’s “America’s Next Top Model”, the Style Network’s “Giuliana and Bill”, the Lifetime Network, Kohl's Department in-store radio station, and Pandora.com. Jayme had international success when her song “Joe Barry” took the Runner-Up prize in the AAA/Alternative category for the 8th IAMA Competition (International Acoustic Music Awards which is a division of the USA Songwriting Competition) along with her song “Save Me” making it to the top 10 for the Best Female Singer category. Her tune “72 ½ Toyota Truck” was also a semi-finalist in the Unsigned Only Music Competition. In her hometown of Milwaukee, Jayme’s music can be heard in regular rotation on Radio Milwaukee 88.9 FM, WUWM 89.7 FM “At Nite”, and WMSE 91.7 FM. She is a WAMI Female Vocalist of the Year award winner along with being nominated 13 times plus she was a finalist for four Radio Milwaukee Awards where she had the honor of performing at the awards ceremony at Milwaukee’s Turner Hall Ballroom. Performing in 33 states, Jayme has toured across the country from coast to coast and down south including New York's The Bitter End, Denver's The Walnut Room, Hollywood's Room 5 Lounge, and Milwaukee’s Summerfest. She showcased at SXSW 2012 in Austin for the Heart of Texas Rockfest, Red Gorilla Music Fest, and the Invasion of the GoGirls. Jayme also performed at the 2011 Dewey Beach Music Conference and the 2011 We R Indie International Music Conference. In the past Jayme has opened for major label acts The Fray, Sophie B. Hawkins, Taylor Dayne, Kelly Hogan, and Ferras. An interesting final fact: Jayme was Miss Wisconsin 2002 and spent her year promoting the importance of the fine arts in schools. Love Love and Shatter Queen were produced and engineered by Daniel Mendez (Dashboard Confessionals, Lit, Duran Duran, Heart, Noah Gundersen, Meg and Dia).