Jaime Wyatt is a striking figure with an old soul and a voice like a force of nature. Regardless of genre, the Los Angeles-based Wyatt is a dynamic performer, who sails naturally between vintage ‘60s and ‘70s country/rock ’n’ soul anthems and heartfelt country ballads of love and corruption. Country radio station 95.3 The Bear recently named her, alongside Sturgill Simpson and Margo Price, as “one of the country artists you may not have heard of, but need to hear.”Jaime newest release Felony Blues, is largely an autobiographical collection of convict love stories, prison songs, and honky-tonk laments.
“The twang of Buck Owens, mixed with the freewheeling sounds of Rick Nelson’s later Decca recordings. Sprinkle in a dash of the eternal cool factor of Linda Ronstadt & Jaime hits pretty much all the right heights.” Billboard
Beth Bombara’s sound has long lived at the Four Corners region of Americana, with rock, blues, bluegrass and folk all within walking distance. She has toured in the US as a headliner and also supported shows for Pokey LaFarge, Joe Pug, Waxahatchee & Frontier Ruckus. Her most recent album spent 7 weeks in the top 40 AMA radio charts.
“Knee-deep in roots music, Bombara, rather than adding a new sheen to tradition, strips away life’s worn edges to reveal the subtle beauty in the familiar and exposing the pain hidden within.” Pop Matters