Born: June 9, 1977 Instrument: Vocal
Now 27 years old, she’s exceptionally sincere when it comes to being on stage and performing. Since being in Nashville, Jaimee has been given several unique opportunities for performance. “I was selected for Belmont University’s Best of the Best showcase, held at the historic Ryman Auditorium and it has got to be one of my fondest memories.” Well, the best of the best is right. It was merely a launching pad.
From concert background vocals for Barry Manilow and Dolly Parton, to studio work for Radney Foster and for Lyle Lovett for the movie score for “Dr. T and the Women,” the stage is where Jaimee has really shown her talent. “I love the whole idea of sharing my music on stage,” she says with glee. “There’s something special and invigorating about connecting with the audience. I even like to visualize a crowd when working in the studio.” Apparently it’s paid off. She has garnered credits that include the latest American Idol video game release, jingles for the Ford Motor Company, CBS-2 Chicago, WSM-AM in Nashville, as well as many independent artist recordings.
Steve Winwood – “A lovely, lovely voice – I have thoroughly enjoyed the show.”
“Classic record that you never get tired of and wish you could sound like.” – Kelly Clarkson
Robert Luke (DJ at WFSK) – “Don’t thank me, I’m just doing my job. Finding a new star and playing her new hits.”
“God has blessed me in this endeavor so many times already; I can’t even begin to count my blessings. I honestly can’t wait to see what happens next.”
This album is certainly very different than all the other tribute albums. It has a very own and unique style as well as new and interesting orchestrations that make a Bond Fans heart beat faster. As Halle Berry said at the Oscars “Bond Music is a Genre of it´s own” – and Jaimee Paul pays perfect hommage to it. Great listen!
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