Jaime Robbie Reyne (born May 11, 1985) is an Australian singer/songwriter and lead singer and guitarist of critically acclaimed Australian music group Jaime Robbie Reyne & The Paradise Three. He has said that he is influenced by such folk, blues, country and rock musicians as The Band, Gram Parsons, Ry Cooder, Gillian Welch, Townes Van Zandt, Nirvana amongst many others. As the leader of the band, Jaime Robbie Reyne & The Paradise Three he plays Fender guitars, primarily a Fender Telecaster Deluxe, and sometimes he uses a Gibson SG. Other times he plays Cole Clark and Martin & Co. Acoustic guitars.
Reyne was educated in Melbourne, Australia, and lived there as a child. Before starting JRR & The P3, Reyne was a Solo singer/songwriter.
Born out of a deeply embedded musical lineage, Jaime had been writing music long before he and his band of fellow musicians came into view. At the age of 18 Jaime Robbie packed his bags and headed to the UK to develop his music. For the following twelve months he played various gigs around London but spent most of his time pursuing his writing.
Returning to Australia late in 2005, he set about playing his wares determined to get his point across on stage back home in Australia. In solo guise he began playing shows in both Melbourne and Sydney - guitar, with harmonica.
Citing influences from Gram Parsons to Morrissey, Bob Dylan to Nirvana, Muddy Waters to The Band Reyne's music is steeped in country roots, deeply lathered in rich soulful blues but solidly centered in rock n' roll. His songwriting is honest and moving, drawing from both those who have had a lasting impression on him musically and an amalgamation of life experience. He sings of sorrow and heartache, anger and anticipation, but rustles up a mood that is full of gusto.
JRR & The P3 grew from headlining shows at the Melbourne and Sydney's underground venue's such as Ding Dong Lounge, the Espy, Ruby's Lounge in Melbourne, and the The Annandale and The Hopetoun in Sydney to bigger stages at esteemed music festivals, such as: St Kilda Festival, and Queenscliff Music Festival.
Taj Coppin was a fictional character in the Australian soap opera Neighbours, played by Jaime Robbie Reyne. He first appeared in 2002 . He was a member of the 'House of Trouser' until his departure in 2004.
Taj Copin was in some trouble with a school project when he met Libby Kennedy who helped him and even offered to tutor him but, as it went on, he started to fall on Love with her completely unaware to Libby. She soon releaized it when he invited her to the cinema and sent her a bouquet of flowers. She decided to not speak to him about it thinking it was a school boy crush which would go away but he was in love with her. After Libby broke up with her boy friend Cameron Hodder, Taj kissed her in school but she told him never to do that again. Then at his eighteenth birthday he tried it on with her but nothing happened until the sudden death of Dee Bliss which saddened libby. Then Taj invited her over to her house for purely platonic reasons but it ended in them having sex. The next morning Libby regretted what had happened and told Taj that it was not serious or ever going to happen again. Then Boyd Hoyland overheard and he told a few people who leaked it over the school and Libby got fired and went to a cabin in the mountains. Taj then walked the full distance to the mountains and left her a note saying how he felt about her. *Sister: Tahnee Coppin
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