Jayne Denham Has A Chat About New Album "WANTED"


Three-time Golden Guitar nominee Jayne Denham is one of Australia's most admired and sought-after country rock performers. Her 5th Album WANTED came out of the gate firing all the bullets reaching #1 Aria Australian Country Album and #2 on Air Australian Indie charts after Jimmy Barns. Jayne has scored 4 #1 smash hits in Australia, 6 Top 10 songs in the National Country Charts, 12 Top 30 videos, and 6 Country Music Channel (CMC) nominations. Fun fact - Jayne recorded her album Calamity in the home studio of Rascal Flatts’ Jay De Marcus, who played bass on the album.


Jayne has landed 2x Golden Guitar nominations for Female Artist of the Year & Contemporary Album of the Year for her new album WANTED. This is a huge honour and dream come true for Jayne, after 15 years of being in the business to get such recognition from the industry for all the hard work that has been put in, especially over the past 12 months.

WANTED has been hailed as a Country rock Opera full of sound effects & and is a musical journey with a big serving of spaghetti Western on the side, receiving rave reviews throughout the industry including:

● Lee Kernaghan (“Backroad Nation”, "Flying with the King”, 38 time Golden Guitars and 2x ARIA award winner): “I've had Jayne Denham’s brand-new album, “Wanted” totally cranking in the ute. Fully loaded with hits… it’s new country…. and western music at its best.” ● Gina Jeffreys (“Dancin’ With Elvis”, “Angel”, ARIA Nominated and 5 time Golden Guitars award winner): “Jayne Denham is truly one the most exciting female vocalists Australia has seen in a long time! She is gutsy, fierce and honest. Jaynes new album WANTED is a breath of fresh air in a world of similarity. Breath taking vocals, amazing new songs and beautiful production! Congratulations Jayne!” Jayne has written and recorded with some of the biggest names in the business including producer Brian White (Jason Aldean, Gary Alan), writers Jerry Salley (Reba McEntire "I'm Gonna Take That Mountain"), and Phil Barton (Lee Kernaghan “I Don’t Dance”).

• No. 1 - Country songs top 40 x 6 weeks (single) • No. 2 - 2TM Tamworth Radio (single) • No. 3 - Australian country Radio top 10 chart (single) • No. 1 Aria Australian Country Album charts (single) • No. 2 on the AIR charts • ‘WANTED’ video top 10 CMT

Having gone from strength to strength with her most recent two singles - Porch Party (featuring Jasmine Rae and Amber Laurence) spending weeks in the Australia's Country Hot 50 Radio Chart and achieving Top 5 status; and Black Coffee and White Lines garnering over one million streams across all platforms in its four weeks (including the video featuring the iconic Ice Road Truckers) Jayne is poised to return to the live scene with a dynamic that has defined every one of live shows, which she performs with her rocking four-piece band.

In 2017, her high-octane reputation caught the attention of US promoters, who invited her to perform at the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas, Texas, leading to a demand for her to be constantly touring America for the past two years. Also known for her trucking songs, her deep connection with American audiences and the trucker community led to Jayne becoming Ambassador for the Women In Trucking Association, in the US. Jayne has written and recorded with some of the biggest names in the business including producer Brian White, and writers Jerry Salley, Phil Barton, and Jennifer Schott,

With her ability to tell a story that captures the imagination through her songs, Denham has scored four #1 smash hits in Australia, six Top 10 songs in the National Country Charts, 12 videos that have reached the Top 30, including a number 1 placement for Hung Up on You, which garnered a million streams within 6 months of release. Jayne has also been nominated for six Country Music Channel (CMC) and Three Golden Guitar Award finalist placings. Jayne has released four albums Sudden Change in Weather (2008), Shake This Town (2010), Renegade (2013) and Calamity (2018). The single, Chick Ute, from her debut album charted at #2 in Europe and Norway, #4 in Italy, #5 in the Netherlands and Denmark and #12 on the European Country Music Association Chart. Soon after the release of Sudden Change in Weather, Jayne Denham won the Australian Independent Country Music Award for Best Rising Star.

Jayne's strong connection to the trucking industry has also earned her sponsorship from companies including Wickham Freight Lines. She has three promotional semi-trailers that can be spotted on Wickham Freight Lines' trucks up and down Australia's East Coast.