Passionate and edgy, a young artist of considerable maturity and sophistication.
“My number one from AmericanaFest…”
-Ann Powers, NPR
“She’s got a natural songwriter’s instinct for hard truths, and a voice that brings them home with a visceral punch.”
"With Boomerang Town, Harris laments, elegizes, and finds perspective, landing, by album’s end, in a more empowered state. A worthy addition to the corpus of American Romanticism, Boomerang Town reminds us that life ultimately occurs on terra firma, even as our spirits reach for the sky."
-Beats Per Minute
Lara Supan, Agent
Phone: 734-995-9066 ext 23
Jaimee Harris turned 30 during the pandemic. It’s a milestone that is a rite of passage even during normal times. But for this Texas-born singer-songwriter, it came in the midst of one of the strangest and most tumultuous periods in American history. When the world stopped during lockdown, Harris, like many others, found herself gazing back into the past, ruminating on the nature of her hometown and family origins, and reckoning with their imprint on her. The term ‘nostalgia’ derives from the Greek words nostos (return) and algos (pain), and if Harris’s Boomerang Town can be regarded as a nostalgic album, it is only nostalgic in the sense that the longing for home is a desire to return to the past and heal old wounds.