About Helen Jayne
HELEN JAYNE is without doubt one of the finest singers to come out of the UK.
Her performance from beginning to end is filled with a vocal range that will astound any audience from ballads, West End to Broadway and show stopping musical standards. Her unique power and versatility shines through time and time again. Helen’s glittering career, includes such high profile appearances in the presence of the royal family on three separate occasions.
Having entered the world of show business at the tender age of twelve, Helen has appeared in numerous National TV shows in the UK including Opportunity Knocks and Rising Starsfor the BBC taking the title of the Top Female Singer in the all-winners final having lasted the whole series, along with several concerts for the Variety Club of Great Britain followed on BBC Radio 2.
Helen also spent 6 months in Japan headlining the famous Bluebell Girls from Paris after which she jetted off to South Korea to appear on the biggest stage in Asia. Following this success Helen returned to the UK and became the resident lead singer for 2 years with the Glenn Miller Orchestra UK, offering the rare experience to sing with a 20 piece orchestra. Such was her acclaim that further appearances followed with the RAF Squadranaires and the British Central Band (32 piece).
Helen has performed in most of the major theatres and venues in the UK including the West End. Some of these include the Royal Festival Hall, The Royal Albert Hall, The Barbican, The Dominion, and Wembley Arena. Helen has worked alongside many great British Stars including – Frankie Vaughan, Matt Munroe, Ken Dodd, Bob Monkhouse, Max Bygraves, Les Dawson, and Michael Barrymore just to name a few, and has performed her show at many private functions including one for the Argentinean President.
One of the many highlights of Helen’s career was when she was invited to sing at the final of the Football World Cup in Rome in 1990. Helen sang at the VIP party to an audience of many famous faces, including Luciano Pavarotti and Placido Domingo!