Have you ever met a person who was born knowing what they wanted to do with their life?

Meet Jaymi Renae, a tiny, vivacious redhead with big dreams whose influences include being Georgia born and bred – but spending enough time in Tennessee to count it as her second home - and performing solos in her Church Choir at the age of eight.

Don't let her size fool you for a minute - Jaymi’s voice is the result of a heart and soul too big to be confined by her body. Close your eyes and you'll know where that fiery red hair draws its spark!

With a repertoire that might make even a seasoned performer cringe, her musical talent spans genres from Country to Opera, even Broadway, each sprinkled with the personality of a young lady who knows that music begins deep within her soul, and when offered in its purest form, has the ability to leave its imprint on the life of the listener.

Jaymi says growing up is like chapters in the book of life – some full of great memories, others with lessons learned through pain or practice – and that each chapter has a song associated with it. She always has a song in her ear, and hearing one can trigger a memory from a specific time and place.

One of her darkest chapters was during college at Belmont University in Nashville, when she was diagnosed with vocal nodules and doctors told her she might never sing again. But with treatment, guidance from her vocal coach, Mrs. Halbert, and a lot of prayer(s) – along with Jaymi's determination to overcome, her throat healed and she graduated from Belmont with a degree in Musical Theatre.

She moved to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, and performed as a singer and dancer in the Black Bear Jamboree Dinner Theatre. She played the lead role of Raggedy Ann in the annual Christmas Show – which launched a collection of rag dolls which seems to grow every year.

Jaymi Renae (Jaymi) moved back to Georgia to work on her recording career, and was accepted to study at the vocal studio of Jan Smith, and is writing her own music. Although she sings mostly Country music – and is the worship leader for the children's ministry at church, where she sings to an audience of 600 children on Sundays, and 1,500 for special performances – she has yet to meet a musical genre she doesn't like.

There's no style of music any better than another, she says, and she believes the greatest gift God ever gave mankind was the gift of song.

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