About Jaimee M. Harris
Jaimee Harris is a unique musical voice in a sea of sameness. She began playing guitar at age 5, and she started writing songs almost immediately. She hasn’t stopped. Drawing from musical influences as diverse as Patty Griffin and Muse, Jaimee’s musical palette is as broad as it is deep. Beginning in 2004, Jaimee began the process of bringing her songs to the world when she started playing live shows with her father. Since 2004, she has recorded 4 full length albums ("Grateful Dad," "Great Expectations," "Songs to Break Up To," and most recently "Home"). She has been fortunate to be able to collaborate with musical artists from all over the world, and the diversity of her recordings matches the diversity of her writing. In her 4 short years of playing live music, she has played with and opened for such artists as The Black Crowes, Bob Schneider, Matt Nathanson, Jessie Baylin, Jon Randall, Anna Egge, Ana Armstrong, Sorta, Matt the Electrician and Darryl Dodd. A native of Texas, Jaimee quickly became a small part of the wonderful Dallas and Austin music scenes before relocating to her current home in Colorado. Thank you very much for all the support in the past, and Jaimee looks forward to seeing you on the road!Thanks for stopping to by to support Jaimee Harris!