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Jaime Nicolaisen

Jaime Troy Nicolaisen,Member, American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)

Jaime Nicolaisen is a crossover composer, vocalist, instrumentalist, and performer. She creates compelling works in rock, jazz, blues, cabaret, country, folk, R&B, funk, world, Broadway, children’s, and classical music.
Jaime has performed extensively in clubs and concerts across the U.S, Europe, and Japan since age 16.
Ms. Nicolaisen has worked as a studio musician for EMI, Sony, Warner-Pioneer, Pony Canyon, and Victor Records. She wrote and recorded the music for national commercials promoting Bridgestone, Suntory, and other major brands.
Jaime’s blues-rocker, “Is That What It Takes?” is featured on Taxim Records’ album, “Disaster City Blues,” a compilation of singles by indie L.A. blues artists.
Jaime has rocked top L.A. and New York City venues with her original songs and performed her music at L.A.’s famed China Club while acting as emcee for their popular “Women in Rock” concert series.
She was a featured performer with her song, “To Fly With Dolphins” as part of “The Concert for Earth Day” on HMS Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA where Jaime shared the stage with members of Steppenwolf, Cream, Toto, and Deep Purple before an audience of luminaries including Nobel Laureate, Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev.
ABC’s Flagship Radio Station, KLOS 95.5FM in Los Angeles recently featured Jaime’s “Back to Eden” EP, in its entirety, on their popular “Local Licks” program.
As an educator in Los Angeles, Jaime wrote a number of smart and catchy kids songs inspired by her young students.
Currently, she is composing a new American Children’s Opera titled, “The Ballerina.” She is also currently recording original pop, funk, and rock songs for commercial release.
Some of Jaime’s original songs can be heard on YouTube and SoundCloud, and are available at CD Baby and other online music stores.