is 'Oxlip', a solo folk musician hailing
from Coney Island, N.Ireland.
Her songs are as sweeping as the coastal winds that shaped her childhood.
Trimble's music is traditional folk with a twist of psychedelic; a mix of flatpicking, old fingerstyle guitar and pure vocals that would put you in mind of British female folk pioneers of the '60s such as Sandy Denny or Maddy Prior.
Echoing sounds of American Blues and Appalachia, and traditional ballads from Ireland and Europe, her storytelling tradition is as expansive as her world travels.
Drawing on inspiration from Celtic folklore, Greek tragedies, and Shakespearean plays. Her lyrics are rich, honest, and compassionate, and her melodies are surreal and haunting.
Jayne now resides in Vancouver, Canada and contributes to the folk landscape of her new home. Ethereal, haunting, and profound, her sophomore album to be released on June 15th 2018, will debut Trimble's augmentation into a fuller folk-rock sound circa Fairport Convention/Steeleye Span/Pentangle.