Photo of Evan Patterson by Edward Neary

Management - Sargent House
Manager: Cathy Pellow
Day-To-Day: Nick Javier

Label - Sargent House 
Label: Marc Jetton

North American Press 
Publicist: Stephanie Marlow

UK Press 
Publicist: Rachel Silver



Jaye Jayle returns to Europe with Emma Ruth Rundle 

Jaye Jayle will be supporting Emma Ruth Rundle (full band) this winter in Europe. More info and tickets here.

Dates Below:

NOV 23 Leffinge, BE @ De Zwerver 
NOV 24 Paris, FR @ Espace B 
NOV 25 Winterthur, CH @ Gaswerk! 
NOV 27 Wien, AT @ Arena 
NOV 28 Zagreb, HR @ Mochvara 
NOV 29 Lubiana, SI @ Kino Saskia 
NOV 30 Budapest, HU @ A38 
DEC 01 Linz, AT @ Kapu 
DEC 02 Stuttgart, DE @ Juha 
DEC 03 Leipzig, DE @ Ut Connewitz 
DEC 05 Berlin, DE @ Kantine Berghain 
DEC 06 Karlsruhe, DE @ Jubez 
DEC 07 Frankfurt, DE @ Zoom 
DEC 08 Arnhem NL @ Willemeen 
DEC 09 Utrchet, NL @ Ekko 
DEC 10 Bruxelles, BE @ Brass 
DEC 12 Brighton, UK @ The Prince Albert 
DEC 13 Bristol, UK @ The Louisiana 
DEC 14 Glasgow, UK @ Nice N Sleazy 
DEC 15 Manchester, UK @ Soup Kitchen 
DEC 16 London, UK @ Bush Hall

Jaye Jayle Adds More 2017 Dates 


Jaye Jayle has added more dates to his 2017 tour with Emma Ruth Rundle, Pelican, and Wovenhand.

Aug 30 Des Moines, IA - Vaudeville Mews !
Aug 31 Denver, CO - Marquis Theater * !
Sep 01 Fort Collins, CO - Aggie Theatre *!
Sep 02 Salt Lake City - Urban Lounge /Crucial Fest *!
Sep 04 Omaha, NE – Reverb !
Sep 05 Saint Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill Duck Room !
Oct 01 Ferndale, MI - Loving Touch ^
Oct 02 Pittsburgh, PA - Club Cafe ^
Oct 03 Washington DC - Rock & Roll Hotel ^
Oct 04 Philadelphia, PA - Boot & Saddle ^
Oct 06 New York, NY - Brooklyn Bazaar ^
Oct 08 Boston, MA - Great Scott ^
Oct 10 Buffalo, NY - Mohawk Place ^
Oct 11 Columbus, OH - Ace of Cups ^
Oct 12 Indianapolis, IN - White Rabbit ^
Oct 13 Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle ^

w/ Emma Ruth Rundle !
w/ Wovenhand *
w/ Pelican ^


Jaye Jayle Add Shows in August & September 

Jaye Jayle have announced that they will be supporting Emma Ruth Rundle on the following tour dates:

Emma Ruth Rundle & Jaye Jayle

Aug 30 Des Moines, IA - Vaudeville Mews
Aug 31 Denver, CO - Marquis Theater **
Sep 01 Fort Collins, CO - Aggie Theatre **
Sep 02 Salt Lake City -Crucial Fest
Sep 04 Omaha, NE - Reverb
Sep 05 Saint Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill Duck Room

** w/ Wovenhand

Jaye Jayle will also accompany Emma Ruth Rundle as her backing band through November.

Dates Below:


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Jaye Jayle Webster Hall // Some Girls Metal 

Jay Jayle kicked the night off with their On the Road-esque bluesy blend of rock.  Cloaked in amber lighting on a stage that left little room for movement, you can really hear the southern roots so deeply threaded in their music.  I’ve always felt their music would be the perfect soundtrack to a gritty, adventure-filled and nicotine-saturated movie – indie of course, not the mainstream variety.  It’s a sound that reminds me of small towns and late nights spent on the porch with an acoustic guitar and moths fluttering around the light, especially when they were joined by Emma Ruth Rundle.

Via Some Girls Metal.

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Jaye Jayle Bio (2016)

“Anyone who is using more than two chords is just showing off.” 

Woodie Guthrie’s famous quote became a mantra for young musicians who rallied around folk’s austerity, and later inspired a new generation of artists who basked in punk’s primitivism. Guthrie’s songs may not be an influence on Louisville’s Jaye Jayle, but his call for simplicity as a deliberate choice versus a matter of mere ability resonated with the veterans of Kentucky’s dark indie scene. Naming themselves Jaye Jayle as a pen name or a pseudonym to veer away from a traditional band moniker, the group sought to eliminate unnecessary variables and deconstruct their compositions down to their most concentrated essence. Jaye Jayle owe less to our nation’s roots music and more to peripheral rock bands that have taken the “less is more” attitude to its furthest reaches. Imagine Spacemen 3 without the saturated wall of distortion, or Neu! without the upbeat motorik pulse, or Lungfish without the shamanistic howls. But these reference points seem either too bombastic or too lush. Perhaps a nexus of The Troggs’ ham-fisted drumming, Angels of Light’s ominous twang, and Suicide’s swaths of negative space hits closer to the mark, but even that doesn’t do the band justice. Jaye Jayle’s debut album House Cricks and Other Excuses To Get Out is an exercise in tension and restraint, a tightrope act between singer-songwriter traditions and art rock experimentation, and an intersection of Southern cultural permutations and otherworldly sounds. 

-- by Brian Cook