Rolling Stone Says Jaime Wyatt Is A “New Country Artist You Need To Know”
Rolling Stone Country has named Jaime Wyatt one of the “10 New Country Artist You Need To Know” in their January 2017 round-up.
Here’s what they say:
Sounds Like: Vintage California country that's equal parts humor and humility, with a few middle fingers thrown in for good measure
For Fans of: Margo Price, Elizabeth Cook, outlaw country artists who have actually served time
Why You Should Pay Attention: Los Angeles country singer Jaime Wyatt has seen a thing or two – after getting her first record deal at 17, she developed a drug problem, robbed her dealer and landed in the county jail for eight months. She never stopped writing, though, and her new album Felony Blues offers a fresh, thoughtful take on prison songs from someone who knows firsthand about being on the wrong side of the law.
Listen to “Wishing Well,” the first single from Jaime’s new album Felony Blues here. Felony Blues is out February 24th on Forty Below Records, and Jaime will also be at SXSW this year.
Saving Country Music says you should “keep your eye out for this one” in their 2017 most anticipated albums of preview, and The Bluegrass Situation included Felony Blues in their “Class of 2017” round-up of new albums. Jaime also gave The Bluegrass Situation a look in her “Gig Bag” recently.
For more information on Jaime Wyatt, please contact Rob Krauser at REK Room Media, firstname.lastname@example.org or 917.703.8361.