Jayne Olderman

An eclectic collection of original music and videos

Jayne's diverse song-writing styles range from pop to alternative, R&B to neo-folk and beyond. She writes, plays the instruments, produces and engineers music in her Protools studio for various projects and creates videos for the projects.


Jayne's songs "There is No City as Pretty as Savannah" and "Why Can't It Just Be Christmas?" sung by Tiffany Milagro spent more than 10 weeks in the top 25 of BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLE CHARTS! Her song "Let Me Be There For You" (cowritten with Dwayna Litz) was recorded by Patti LaBelle on her Grammy nominated album "Flame" which spent weeks in the Top 40 R&B charts. The commercial for Jayne's CD "The Journey" won the prestigious bronze Telly award.

Photo of my 2007 studio by Keith Taylor for feature story in Gwinnett Magazine

“J.O. Radio” is an eclectic collection of music whose purpose is to entertain you and lift your spirits! I created this page to share the past 20 years of my commercially released music which features up to 20 artists, 100s of songs and, is so eclectic, I decided to call it "J.O. Radio". (Artwork by Justin Galloway)

Featured Songs and Videos

The "J Donte" Project

J.O. Radio

Click on beach to be transported to

"J.O. Radio"

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contact: jayne@redwarriorrecords.com

website © ℗ 2021 Jayne Olderman

Animal Lovers

A special page of my songs and videos to celebrate and honor all of you who have adopted, rescued and loved animals. Many of the pictures of dogs and horses were contributed by some of my favorite rescue groups!

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Animal Lovers

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The Demos Have Magic

Click on the pictures to hear the music and learn more about each album

To date I've released 4 albums in my "The Demos Have Magic" series.

To be eligible for TDHM series; all songs must comply with the following strict criteria:

* Must contain a noticeable, yet pleasant amount of retro "cheeziness" in it's production. But, not the stinky kind, but more like a lovely Gruyère or Havarti,

* Must be written and recorded before 1999,

* Must be recorded on archaic equipment such as the Tascam 4 track cassette Portastudio, Tascam-38 8 track reel to reel, MXR Drum machine and/or Shure SM58 microphone...you get the idea

* And, most importantly....MUST HAVE MAGIC!

"It Might Be Love!" PAM KENNEDY & J DONTE

A guy. A girl. A coffee shop. They notice each other from across the room. The attraction is undeniable. An overpowering urge comes over both of them! They both get up and begin to dance together to the coffee shop background music & don't care who's watching!

Former Miss Georgia Pam Kennedy teams up with J Donte for IT MIGHT BE LOVE (The Coffee Shop Song) written by Jayne Olderman & Joey Melotti Produced by J Donte, Jayne Olderman & Joey Melotti Background vocals: J Donte & Joey Melotti, Piano & keyboard Bass: Joey Melotti, Guitar: Anthony Papamichael, Drum programming: J Donte Strings: Jayne Olderman Mixed and Mastered by Jan Hrkach

     DEAD END STREET - J DONTE

A dark and stormy night. A bizarre, yet believable story of betrayal. Betrayal in business. Betrayal in friendship. Perhaps this has happened to you? Film Noir meets 2021. Dial M for ?!

"Dead End Street" - J Donte

Written and produced by: Jayne Olderman, Joey Melotti & James Donte Harris Mix: Jan Hrkach, Master: Rodney Mills Masterhouse

Video by Jayne

"GOING TO GET THERE" - J DONTE

written by: Jayne Olderman & James Donte Harris

Produced by Jayne, J Donte Harris, & Jan Hrkach

Video by Jayne Olderman

Click here for a  quick trip to Savannah, Georgia

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"I BLESS THE POVERTY (EDIE'S SONG)" - J DONTE

written by: Jayne Olderman & James Donte Harris

Produced by Jayne & J Donte Harris

Video by Jayne Olderman