Jaime picked up her first guitar at 12, after cousin Sheryl gave her a copy of Bob Dylan's 'Highway 61 Revisited' and told her there was nothing better than this. Sheryl was right. Jaime learned every song on that record, and then some. Jaime started singing professionally at 15-from Janis Joplin in the biker bars in the Hamptons to Peggy Lee in the lounges in Atlantic City and everything in between. During this time, she put the guitar down and switched over to Hammond organ, making her a very popular sidewoman, indeed. Fast-forward a bit: 12 years ago when Jaime met her friend Joe the jingle singer-jingles, what's that? Well, Jaime figured it out pretty well, after being the voice behind lots of different TV and radio commercials (too many to mention), and film soundtracks, and background vocals on numerous major label recordings in NY, LA, NASHVILLE...but wait, there's more: Almost 5 years ago, Jaime saw Richard Thompson and Bob Dylan perform within the same 2 week period and knew that it was time to get back to her guitar and start writing her own songs. And that's why you're here-to hear. Thanks for listening.