One year ago, just before the pandemic hit, I was invited by my good friend Coby Grant on her 'Small Tits, Big Dreams Tour' - A tour name that certainly received a lot of attention!!!
Needless to say, the tour…Read more
|Jaimi Faulkner @ Katakomben- Theater Katakomben- Theater, Essen||Katakomben- Theater, Essen|
|Jaimi Faulkner @ Hot Jazz Club Hot Jazz Club, Münster||Hot Jazz Club, Münster|
|Jaimi Faulkner @ MEDIO.RHEIN.ERFT MEDIO.RHEIN.ERFT, Köln||MEDIO.RHEIN.ERFT, Köln|
|Jaimi Faulkner @ Cultura - Sparkassentheater an der Ems Cultura - Sparkassentheater an der Ems, Rietberg||Cultura - Sparkassentheater an der Ems, Rietberg|
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By the time that he relocated to Europe from his native Melbourne in 2010, Jaimi Faulkner had already racked up an impressive list of credits as a powerful, soulful singer, exceptional guitarist and songwriter of great potential. His debut album “Last Light” (2004) garnered rave reviews in Australia and received considerable airplay there. Faulkner devoted the next years to extensive live performance, both as a solo artist and as support with touring acts such as Chris Whitley and Chris Isaak, as well as being nominated to represent Australia at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis. His next full length album “Kiss and Ride” (2009) underlined his growing abilities as a songwriter, producer and arranger and brought Jaimi to the attention of European audiences for the first time. The chemistry was right and after a couple of successful tours in Germany and the Netherlands he made the decision to move to Berlin and explore what life there had to offer.
Fast forward to 2017: Jaimi Faulkner releases “Back Road”, his fourth European album and the first to be completely self produced and engineered. Following the more pop-oriented “Up All Night” (2015), it marks a return to the rootsy rock’n’roll and Americana that characterized his earlier work and for the first time does proper justice to his long-time backing band, featuring Leon Den Engelsen on piano and Hammond organ, Judith Renkema on bass and Luuk Adams on drums.