Levi Parham is an Americana musician, singer and songwriter from southeast Oklahoma. The Kansas City Star called him “An Okie version of Ray Lamontagne…” while The Bluegrass Situation said, “Perhaps it’s something in the water – that same iron-heavy tap drink that Woody Guthrie sipped on as a young man….Whatever it is, Levi Parham has it.”
Parham self-recorded and released his first album, An Okie Opera (2013), to local acclaim as one of Oklahoma’s top Americana singer/songwriters. With sights set high for a follow up to Opera, he traveled to Nashville, TN to record Avalon Drive (2014). With his second release came heavy press coverage for singles “Never Coming Home To Me” and “Ruby” as well as fan favorite “Love Comes Around” (Daytrotter 2015 Top 100). Eyes always looking forward, there was no time to rest. As Avalon Drive saw it’s one year anniversary Parham inked a deal with Music Road Records and jumped in full steam for his first studio full length, These American Blues (2016).
Jaimee has captured the audiences of living rooms, sold out clubs, and listening rooms with her unique blend of pop melodies and folk rooted lyrics. Since making Austin her home in 2009, Jaimee Harris has found herself working with some of the city’s finest (Jimmy LaFave, David Ramirez, Kalu James, The Painted Redstarts, The Purgatory Players, The Bump Band). She began playing guitar at age 5, and she started writing songs almost immediately and she hasn’t stopped. Drawing from musical influences as diverse as Patty Griffin and The Nerves, Jaimee’s musical palette is as broad as it is deep. She has played with and opened for such artists as Peter Case, The Black Crowes, Bob Schneider, Matt Nathanson, Jessie Baylin, Jon Randall, and Jack Ingram. Jaimee is looking forward to working with Austin producer Craig Ross (Patty Griffin, Spoon) to bring you her first solo record in 2016.