Solomon Jaye

Jaye performed live with Mindi Abair at San Diego's renowned Jazz Club, 'Anthology'. He headlined in featured performances with Pentatonix (from NBC's Sing-Off). Harnessing his theatrical background Jaye starred as Seaweed J. Stubbs in Royal Caribbean's Hairspray: The Musical. Jaye is also a founding member of the international vocal group, 'The Edge Effect'. He is a featured songwriter, co-producer, and performer on the Grammy considered album, 'Alphabet Radio’. Solomon Jaye studied Voice as a Bachelor of Musical Theatre at Oklahoma City University. Jaye trained as a tap dancer under Jeremy K. (of The Tap Dawgs), Heather Cornell (Director of the Manhattan Tap Ensemble), and Robert Reed (founder of the annual Robert Reed St. Louis Tap Festival). He developed his unique, vocal style as the lead vocalist of the Jazz quintet, 23rd Street. In Los Angeles, he applied his versatile training as a Jazz & Hip-hop dancer and acrobat for Fusion Dance Company. Jaye broadened his experience as a choreographer for Santa Barbara Dance Arts. He also worked as a concert planner for Santa Barbara Performing and Visual Arts. Jaye has written, recorded, and performed internationally with a variety of bands. This includes winners of MTVs Top Pop group, Americas Got Talent finalists, Jazz bands, Alternative bands, Musicals, and much more. He is currently performing as both a New York-based solo artist, touring as a lead singer, and guitarist with The Edge Effect. With a bright future ahead, Solomon Jaye is a solo Headliner for Princess, Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, and Holland America cruise lines. He recently announced the release of his debut solo album, 'Ordinary Man' (Produced by Jamey Tate & Clark Germain).