Meet the Artist: Jaye Madison

We’re taking things to the country rock side this week with Jaye Madison, a twin powerhouse duo based in Nashville! We talked with Jordan and Madison Skinner about their upcoming debut album, the importance of female empowerment in music and so much more!

About Jaye Madison

Born one minute apart, Jordan and Madison Skinner don’t know life without each other. Jordan’s enthusiastic and joyful personality is balanced by Madison’s calm stillness. It seems as if the twins were always meant to be halves of a whole.

Having grown up surrounded by the diverse music of Southeast Texas, the twins drew upon their southern influences to create their own unique brand through the duo Jaye Madison in 2017. Blues, rock, country, and folk all contribute to their contemporary soulful sound. They are built in best friends and co-writers!

Jaye Madison is now focused on writing originals and performing live around Nashville, Tennessee. Their latest release, “Down” is available to stream and purchase on all platforms. “Down” has gained international airplay and has surpassed 65k streams on Spotify. Their live performance video of their original “Pedestal” aired January 25th 2021 on “Today in Nashville”. This dynamic duo is headed to Revolver Studios in Los Angeles to work in conjunction with Grammy Award Winning Producer Mikal Blue on their debut album set to release in 2021. Jaye Madison was voted the winner of United Way of Beaumont’s first ever “Raise Your Voice” Fundraiser Competition in 2020. They are also on She Wolf Radio’s “Ones to Watch” list for 2021, while listed with the likes of Taylor Swift and Kacey Musgraves under Women of Country’s Top 10 Tuesday Playlist for December 2020.


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