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Jaylah Danielle / Press

“Jaylah Danielle, of Truth or Consequences, plays to the crowd at the Otero County Fair rodeo grounds Thursday evening during the Texaco Country Showdown contest. Danielle took home a $500 prize and the right to move to the regional portion of the competition in Albuquerque. ”

“Local Musician Wins Big at the New Mexico Music Awards. The New Mexico Music awards, established in 1987, promote professionalism and artistic excellence within the NM music community....A record breaking number of entries included work from Espanola to Carlsbad and from Santa Fe to Las Cruces. This year's submissions represented work from over 69 studios. Finalists include notable NM musicians and up and coming new talents. Jaylah Danielle, from Truth or Consequences, NM shows promise with her songwriting skills. Easy-going melodies and lyrics about New Mexico's small town life earned her the title of finalist in three categories; Americana, Country, and Song of the year. Jaylah Danielle's original music was recorded at Sheppard's Studio by engineer Chuck Lucero....Only entries with the top 5 scores make the finals..... Jaylah Danielle took home the Country award for her original song entitled "Real Country Boy."”

Jose Ponce - Sierra County Sentinel

“Blue Jean Girl would fit well in the collection of any country enthusiast — whether a fan of Johnny Cash or Taylor Swift. Songs like "Neighborly," "Are You Ready To Fly" and "All We've Got To Lose Is Time" are catchy and more deserving of airplay than many pop-radio tunes. In the future, Jaylah Danielle will be come a household name...... Their Friday performance at Cowgirl was a crowd-pleaser, as Danielle sang original music. Her singing and guitar playing were flawless, as the band performed rousing songs that fit well with the atmosphere of the restaurant. Each tune was followed by cheers of enjoyment......”

“Rising Star Jaylah Dow's special brand of music garnering acclaim through the state MUSIC-page 3”

“Bake sale auction just one of many delights at the fair. The scene was the Special Events Center at the fairgrounds, prior to the auction/dinner. The center quickly filled with people, sounds and music, and felt quite homey. I sat at a table with Rich Larsen, his daughter Corrie Franks, and her children, Ryan and Sean Franks. Larsen has been the official photographer of the Southern New Mexico State Fair since 1976. Our conversation was interrupted by something more important, however. It was time to get in line for dinner. Our mealtime entertainment came from Jaylah Dow, a 17-year-old musician from TorC who sang and played guitar. We enjoyed Dow’s music, but Larsen said he didn’t know any of the songs. I didn’t know any either, but figured it was an age thing. But Ryan and Sean didn’t recognize them either. After she finished playing, I talked with Dow and learned why none of us knew the songs: She’d written them all herself. Pretty cool..... ”

“Congratulations to the following winners of the Santa Claran Talent Showcase!Mariachi Encantadoras Del Rio Grande Country:Jaylah Dow NM Music "Traditional": Dwayne Ortega Y Young Guns Rock:The Iyah Band The Santa Claran Hotel Casino Hosted The Talent Showcase/Battle of the Bands in partnership with:Hutton Broadcasting,NM Music Commission,NM Hispano Entertainers Association, Wall of Sound Recording Studio,Shepherd Studios,Eagle Rock Studios,Mike's Music Exchange, KDCE/KYBR Radio,NMHMA Prizes for Winners in Each Genre Include:$500 Cash, 12 Hours of Studio Recording Time,Paid Performance At The NM State Fair, One year membership to earBuzz.com including processing of one CD. ”

“The Muzak Heart & Soul NOISE! music camp for 32 youth from across the US, underway in Nashville, gives learning opportunities through field trips and lectures from top music industry professionals. “This year’s NOISE! camp is a huge success,” said Shauna Collins, the foundation’s Marketing Director. “It is so rewarding to see youth excited about potential careers in the music industry. The Foundation is grateful to have such an outpouring support from the Nashville music community, Belmont University and the many music industry professionals who volunteered their time to speak to this year’s class.” NOISE! sponsors included Muzak LLC, Belmont University, Best Buy Musical Instruments, Taylor Guitars, Loews Vanderbilt Plaza, Matchless Transportation, South Central AV, Dan McGuiness Pub, Blind Pig BBQ Restaurant and Maggiano’s. ”