Jaimi Faulkner

Australian Singer / Songwriter / Guitarist

Crowdfunding Success & Mixing the Album

Thanks so much for all your support and donations throughout my crowdfunding campaign!

I am very pleased to tell you that the project is now finished and we were very, very successful, raising 117% of the overall target! I am truly grateful to you for your support!! Thank you!!

I can tell you that the Album is now being mixed in Melbourne Australia by the wonderful and very talented mixing engineer David Manton.

David Manton

David works for ABC Radio & Triple J Radio and has already sent me a few finished mixes and I can truly say I am overwhelmed by how they sound!

I really hope you like this record as much as I do!

I'll send more news as soon as I have it!

All the best.


On March 3rd 2017 my new single EARLY MORNING COFFEE CUPS will be released and available on all good streaming sites.

Early Morning Coffee Cups was co-written with Jan Schroeder of the band Causes late last year at Wisseloord Studios in The Netherlands. We are pleased to announce its release today on Spotify, Apple Music and all other good digital and online stores!

Early Morning Coffee Cups

Spotify Playlist - Wood, Steel & Skin

Hey Folks, well the digital age is here (lets face it, its been here for a long time) and I've decided that I'd like to embrace the Spotify platform. Of course I've had Spotify artist channel for a while where you can find all of my back catalogue Nevertheless, aside from my music, I've taken the liberty of creating a playlist called WOOD, STEEL & SKIN.

Wood, Steel & Skin features tracks from some of my favourite artists that I'm either currently listening to, or that have inspired me over the years. As the name suggests, it is a primarily acoustic music playlist that focuses on good songwriting with acoustic instruments - you wont hear any pop or hard rock music here!


If you are interested in checking out some of these tracks, then simply FOLLOW my playlist! I'll be updating the playlist every Monday, so make sure you check back in weekly to hear whats new on the playlist.

This weeks playlist features songs from Bob Dylan to Thomas Dybdahl from The Tallest Man on Earth to my buddy Mia Dyson and much much more! I've kept the playlist to just over an hour so its perfect to listen to on your way to and from work, on your lunch break or on a lazy Sunday afternoon.


House Concerts

There's something really organic and natural about performing in someones home. It just feels right!

Long before we had to trudge through the waters of promoters, agents, managers and clubs, musicians would simply sit around and play their songs and tell stories wherever people would listen; under a starlit sky, next to a raging fire or in someones home.

This year I've had the pleasure of playing quite a few house concerts all over the world. I've played house concerts in Western Australia, in the Netherlands, Belgium and in Germany. I've played on people balconies, peoples kitchens and in their lounge-rooms. I've played house concerts to as little as 15 people and I've played house concerts to as many as 80. One thing is for sure, I always leave a house concert feeling fulfilled and with a sense that I've just been apart of something very special.

Shamrockraver Photography - Livia Vaduva

A house concert is a wonderfully informal way to bring people together. Everyone arrives with the initial intention of hearing an artist perform and tell their stories. But a house concert seems to always evolve and become more than that.

It's almost always an opportunity for people from different walks of life, different age groups, ethnicities to get together, to mingle and tell their own stories, to feel that collectively they have witnessed something special, something secret, that only they are privy to.

People may arrive thinking they are simply going to hear an artist play some music, however by the end of the evening people leave feeling part of a community, with new stories to tell, new friendships forged and almost always with big smiles on their faces as they drift off to their respective homes.

If you'd like to host a house concert with me or one of your favourite artists, don't hesitate to get in touch with us... chances are, we'll jump at the chance.






Kicking Off 2017 Down Under!

As the cold winter sets in, its the perfect time to fly south and play some shows in Australia.

In January I'll be teaming up with my buddy Prita Grealy to play handful of shows in Western Australia. I will also be performing a few solo shows on the tour as well as a one off Melbourne concert at the Drunken Poet.

I look forward to catching up with some of my Australian pals and getting some sun before I head back to Europe.

Hope to see you at a show.


On Tour with Voice of Germany Winner Nick Howard

I just got the final word that next week Ill be joining 2013 Voice of Germany winner Nick Howard out on the road for his European Tour.

I will open the shows for Nick (see dates below) and look forward to playing to his audience!


Head to my Tour page to get tickets and for more info.

Nov 29 - Bahnhof Langendreer, Bochum, Germany
Nov 30 - Bitterzoet, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Dec 1 - Nochtspeicher, Hamburg, Germany
Dec 2 - Komplex, Schüttorf, Germany
Dec 3 - Privat Club, Berlin, Germany
Dec 4 - Das Bett, Frankfurt, Germany
Dec 6 - Backstage Halle, Munich, Germany
Dec 8 - Chelsea, Vienna, Austria

New Album - The Making of...

Its been an incredibly rewarding two weeks and I'm so proud of my band! Since November 1st Leon den Engelse, Judith Renkema, Luuk Adams and I have been recording day and night in a old Germany Fachwerkhaus near Bremerhaven.

Together we have been making what will eventually be my 5th Studio album.
Ever since I can remember I've always dreamed of engineering and producing my own album. Over the years I've dabbled a bit, recording vocals, horns and Guitars on my 4th album 'Turn Me Around', and other bits and pieces on previous albums.

However, after recording 'Up All Night' in 2015 with a Germany Pop Producer, I decided that for my 5th Studio album I wanted to take the creative process back into my own hands. Over the last two weeks I have realized that dream.

The band and I have worked tirelessly tracking the album utilizing our own funds, gear, time and creativity, and very soon we will endeavor to continue the very important next stage: mixing, mastering, artwork, pressing and promotion - and of course - the release... So..... stay Tuned!!! Exciting news awaits...

Fachwerkhaus (old german house) where Jaimi Faulkner Band recorded.

Fachwerkhaus (old german house) where Jaimi Faulkner Band recorded.

Day 13 - European Fall Tour

I lived in Berlin for 4 years from 2010 - 2014 and I love going back. It's always great to catch up with old friends, eat some excellent food and visit some old haunts that I used to frequent on a regular basis! The Berlin crowd is always fun and for a Monday we had a pretty decent crowd. Thanks to everyone that partied with us!

As is a ritual in Berlin, we played the show (which was awesome fun) and then head out in Kreuzberg to the very early morning. The Gin & Tonics did flow, and the hangovers kicked in the next day!

Day 12 - European Fall Tour

I never know what to expect when I do a late concert on a Sunday night. After all, people have to work the next day and in Germany, the TV show Tatort is an institution! But who's kidding who? Hamburg is a hip town and they love music, and tonight we got treated to an almost sold room at the Birdland Jazz Club.

Jaimi Faulkner Band - Live at Birdland Jazz Club (photo: Arndt Büthe)

Jaimi Faulkner Band - Live at Birdland Jazz Club (photo: Arndt Büthe)

Day 11 - European Fall Tour

From Bordesholm on the big stage to a packed room in Hannover Anderten Bahnhof. This gig took me back to the days in Melbourne where the bars are crowded and the gigs are hot and sweaty.

Day 10 - European Fall Tour

It always strikes me as crazy how a little town, seemingly in the middle of nowhere, can be the home of one of the best stages, lighting and sound in the country.

The Albatross in Bordesholm is such a place. Coupled with the fine hospitality from the Kolja and Catto and the crew there, we always get treated so well and play a great show as a result. Was a brilliant night indeed!

Day 9 - European Fall Tour

The first gig we ever played together in this incarnation of the Jaimi Faulkner Band in Europe was at the Bischofsmühle in Hildesheim. So it was a little nostalgic to come back there to perform tonight.

Day 8 - European Fall Tour

It was the first time we have played at the Tube in Düsseldorf, but damn, what a great venue and what an amazing crowd! 

I think this would have to be the most energised crowd we have played to in some time and as is often the case, when the audience has energy, the band seems to find another gear. Wednesday night was a hot, sweaty, crowded room full of some familiar faces and some new audience too. One this is for sure, we are already looking forward to coming back to Düsseldorf!

Day 7 - European Fall Tour

It was a Tuesday night in Frankfurt, so to be honest, I didn't really know what to expect. A Tuesday is probably one of the hardest nights to get people to a show, especially as the weather is starting to get greyer and the nights colder.

But to our pleasant surprised we had a decent little turnout to see us play our set at the Ponyhof.

Jaimi Faulkner Band & Support act Belle Roscoe at the Ponyhof in Frankfurt.

Jaimi Faulkner Band & Support act Belle Roscoe at the Ponyhof in Frankfurt.

Day 6 - European Fall Tour

I am well and truly grateful for a day off today to catch up on some much needed rest and to get some behind the scenes logistics taken care of.

Yesterday afternoon we performed at a blues festival at the Pop Podium de Flux in Zaandam, The Netherlands. We played a power-hour Rock'n'Roll set and had a brilliant gig. Judith Renkema was unavailable to perform the show so our good friend Bas Nuiver stepped in and brought some new energy to the band. It was our fourth show with Bas filling in for Judith and its always great to have him with us on the road.

After the show I received some nice comments about the new songs that we played in the set and with the evening free, we drove back to the band house in Tilburg to eat a bit of dinner, drink some wine and jump into bed early to get some well deserved rest.