JAIMEE HARRIS

REAL AMERICANA MUSIC FROM AUSTIN, TX

 

"PAY ATTENTIOn" - GRETCHEN PETERS

Here's what people are saying about Jaimee Harris. 

 
 
 http://www.gretchenpeters.com/

http://www.gretchenpeters.com/

She’s quick to pay homage to her musical heroes but Jaimee Harris is her own person, with her own voice. She’s got a natural songwriter’s instinct for the hard truths, and a voice that brings them home with a visceral punch. Pay attention.
— Gretchen Peters

There’s so much passion in Jaimee’s voice that you just want to climb inside it and hang out there forever. She is unafraid to channel the dark side of her own being...the woundedness is there, as well as the strength required to overcome it and redeem us all. That’s what good music can do.
— Eliza Gilkyson
 http://elizagilkyson.com/

http://elizagilkyson.com/


 https://www.gurfmorlix.com/

https://www.gurfmorlix.com/

Wise beyond her years, Jaimee Harris is a force to be reckoned with. Her song “Where Are You Now” might just haunt you for the rest of your nights.
— Gurf Morlix

We’ve all been waiting, patiently...knowing it was bound to happen. With every track you know it’s clearly Jaimee Harris’ time to shine, and Red Rescue is sure to take her far beyond Austin.
— Jeff Plankenhorn
 https://jeffplankenhornmusic.com/

https://jeffplankenhornmusic.com/


 https://www.adamcarroll.com/

https://www.adamcarroll.com/

When Jaimee asked me for a quote for her new album ‘Red Rescue’, I was thinking man, it really should be the other way around. Jaimee is a really good writer, and her songs are hit songs for our time, but they are presented in a naturally unique way, that could only come from Jaimee herself.

I’d say that her new album is a really good one, that is perhaps on the verge greatness. If you are fortunate, you might just be able to shake Jaimee’s hand (as I’ve done) outside of Gruene Hall on a random weeknight, and say that you knew her when. But, it’s much more likely that you’ll need to buy a ticket to go and see her, where you’ll have a hard time finding a place to sit down. So, you might want to hurry before your seat is taken.
— Adam Carroll