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  • Downbeat review
    Looking For The Answers Downbeat Review - Aimee Nolte’s voice is beautiful, sonorous and reflective on her latest album Looking For The Answers, The singer arranged and produced every track on the album, lending a consistent aesthetic and laid-back vibe to most of the cuts here. What separates Nolte from other vocalists and composers is the poetry and storytelling quality of her compositions, with lyrics reminescent of Joni Mitchell - just minus Mitchell playfulness. “Save Me One Last Time” speaks to the bandleadeader’s seriousness as a lyricists when the theme of lost love is addressed: “If I keep on falling, I’ll be lost forever/ Save me one last time.” [ Read the full reviw here ]
  • Aimee Nolte
    Los Angeles musician, Aimee Nolte is a jazz pianist, vocalist and thriving YouTube creator, constantly pursuing new recording, performing, and educational projects. Though primarily a jazz player, she knows over a thousand songs and can play them at the drop of a hat. Aimee earned her jazz piano degree from Brigham Young University In 1998 and has been an active and passionate musician ever since; even as a wife and mother of four! She has released three full-length albums so far that have been reviewed as deeply personal, captivating pieces of art. Downbeat praised her 2019 release, Looking For The Answers, raving that “What separates Nolte from other vocalists and composers is the poetry and storytelling quality of her compositions, with lyrics reminescent of Joni Mitchell.” In 2016, Aimee started her YouTube channel, "Aimee Nolte Music" where she now has over 150K subscribers. She shares the music that is inside of her with the world in her videos, whether through captivating duets with John Clayton and Nicki Parrott or breaking down the tiniest nuances of a McCoy Tyner solo in a way that makes even the most advanced techniques understandable to beginning musicians. Teaching topics like harmony, arranging, advanced jazz piano techniques, and even beginning piano and vocal skills comes as second nature to Aimee, and she is frequently called upon to perform and appear as a guest clinician all over the country.
  • More about Aimee
    She continues to play and sing regularly all over Los Angeles County. January, 2006 marked the release of her first album, “Up Til Now”. She sings, plays piano and harmonica, and wrote and produced all of the tracks on the album.
    In 2010, Aimee released her second album with her longtime guitarist, Hideaki Tokunaga, entitled, "Just Us". Aimee composed 7 of the CD's 11 tracks, and co-wrote 2.
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    Aimee has had the opportunity to perform in the past with greats such as John Clayton, Jeff Hamilton, Ken Peplowski, Frank Vignola, Lenny White, and most recently, the Aimee Nolte Trio (with Mike Scott and Roger Shew), and her duo, "Skirt & Suit (with Joshua Payne on guitar) with regular gigs around the LA area. Recently she performed with Nicki Parrott along with a new trio (Robert Taylor & Justin Varnes).

Practicing Misty... For An Hour

Practicing Misty... For An Hour

Basically using the formula from my "Practice Routine - A Tune A Week" video, I dive into Misty, practicing playing the melody with roots, closed left hand voicing, open two - handed rootless voicings, scales and arpeggios!

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Top Jazz Piano Albums

The Best Jazz Piano Albums

For your listening enjoyment - a list of some of the most influential albums by jazz pianists. It’s by no means a definitive list, and they are in no particular order, but I love them and I hope you do too!

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The Jazz Bible

The Jazz Bible

I always jot down this little guide when I teach someone a jazz piano lesson. I tell them to keep it within an arms reach of the piano at all times, because I know how often they will need to reference it. It will tell you which notes are cool to play over which chords, as well as all the ways to notate all of the chords.

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Request Time - Live With Aimee

Request Time - Live With Aimee Nolte

You never know when I'll decide to (and find the time to) go live, so make sure you're subscribed and that you have pressed the notification button (a little bell next to the subscribe button)! Pick up the album here! song.link/album/i/1454430825 Thank you!

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Harmonizing With Myself - My Romance

Harmonizing With Myself - My Romance

I sat down to practice this, thinking that I probably would need 3 or 4 takes, but I'd better record it just in case I get a good one... and it turned out I didn't need any more takes! Harmonizing with myself is something I practice a lot. It works my brain out like crazy, and challenges me in a way nothing else does. My goals in doing this are always changing, but number one is to be true to myself and sing what wants to come out. After that, it's just "will I put the voice on the top or bottom?", "which intervals will I land on?", "which 'voice' should take the lead now?", etc. I hope you have fun watching and listening!

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Aimee Nolte performs in duos, trios, and big bands as a jazz pianist and singer. Live performances

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