Monday, August 22, 2011

Let's Take a Moment to Appreciate Jaime J.

Posted By on Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 1:12 PM

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  • © Lisa Jo Roden

I don't know exactly how to describe what it is that Jaime J. does as a performer exactly...he has some demos available on his Facebook fan page, however, when I saw him perform at the Fort Lowell Records showcase a while ago, he was removing his clothes then doing the splits in front of the Club Congress stage while singing a karaoke version of "When Doves Cry", so your guess is as good as mine. He's also on KXCI most Mondays from 1 to 3 PM, including today, if you care to tune in.

However, regardless of what particular artistic niche Jaime should be categorized under, he's worth "liking" on Facebook just to see what he comes up with and (at least for today) to enjoy his profile photo, reproduced above. The photo confuses me nearly as much as his public persona, so I guess the image is doing its job.

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