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Aimee Petra

An exceptional talent, Aimee Petra boasts a 4-octave range of dynamic color and presence. Rooted in musical theatre and later classically trained, Aimee has performed and recorded music of varying styles. After many years singing opera, classical and musical theatre throughout the United States, she decided to switch gears in 2008 and explore the world of jazz. Her debut jazz album, Too Much Fun, was released late summer 2008 to national & international acclaim. Since then Aimee has been working with a variety of talented musicians & venues around Minnesota. She is currently collaborating with songwriters Dave Ostrovsky & Al Basile and has recorded 3 new songs. 2010 is an exciting year for Aimee as she continues to spotlight songs by hot new songwriters & has begun writing her own music.

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Feedback from TAXI, The World's Leading Independent A & R Company on Aimee Petra's song “I Love Paris” off her new CD, “Too Much Fun”:

The music has a good feel along with a strong vocal performance. The vocal range is in good form-the recording showcases your chops as well as your control in the higher range. Good job. The song choice is great as it allows you to create a performance on a familiar song while creating a derivative fresh version. The groove feels and shadows the type of shuffle Django made popular with gypsy swing.

Albums

Too Much Fun
Too Much Fun
Self Produced
2008
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