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Wayne Jacobs

Wayne is an Award Winning professional songwriter composer, who had two Number One's Country songs in Nashville Tennessee called, "My Tennessee Girl" that he wrote as a tribute to Johnny Cash, and I want My Daddy about a brave Firefighter.
On the 1st September 2012 Wayne has just won ukcountryradio.com 2012 Listeners Club Award with is country song called Kentucky Whiskey
All wayne's Award wining songs he writes are produced by Tom Manche and paramountsong.com in Nashville Tennessee.
Wayne as been extremely successful in songwriter and performing.
When he was an teenager in 1980s, he went to night school for three and a half years and was taught by a folk singer called Pauline.
Wayne wrote a couple of songs, one for is mum and another called "One Way Ticket" which was a Reggae song that was a tribute to Bob Marley.
Pauline said he was an awesome songwriter.

Whilst his children grew up, he put his guitar away for about twenty years.
Over the last eight years, he as been playing and writing song again.

Wayne as had some great success with his songwriting.
He wrote a song for the 2012 London Olympics to celebrate Big Ben's 150th birthday.
This led Wayne to a tour of the famous clock tower where he walked up 334 steps to the top of Big Ben and sang his song to the MP's, tour guides, tourists and clock makers.
Wayne also has written Christmas carols for the Tower Of London which are sung by a magnificent choir in there 12 century chapel where Ann Berlin was laid to rest.

As a performer, he beat off 10,000 other hopefuls to reach the area finals of Live And Unsigned: Open Mic UK, Britain Does Variety and also reached the finals of the World Championships of Performing Arts.
Wayne as appeared on the Pat Marsh live show on BBC Radio Kent.
He as had his country songs played on Hot Country on Sky TV,
UK Country Radio, Big Cactus Radio, ,Jelly Bean Radio, DCWR Dímelocountry Web Radio and had a number one country song on Wild Horse Radio in Nashville Tennessee in August 2011
And in 2011 Wayne reached the Final of The Great American songwriting contest out of the whole wide world of songwriters with his country song called "An Awesome Six String Fender".
In the UK Songwriting contest Wayne has just reached the final out of ten's of thousand of songwriters with is pop reggae song called "Smiley Face'.
Wayne would like to thank you for checking out his songs and supporting him.