Jaimes

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Jaimes (born Casey Jame Shuler on August 15, 1995) is a singer/songwriter from Louisville, Kentucky. Her debut release Casey Jame [1] came out in 2008, when she was 13 years old. Produced by Lynn Nichols,[2] the album features songs that were co-written by Nichols, Matt Bronleewe, and Phil Madeira. In early 2010, she changed her moniker from Casey Jame to Jaimes (thanks in part to a successful contestant on the television series "American Idol") and began writing and recording her own material. The follow-up, Stupid Girl, was released in December 2012.

Early life[edit]

Jaimes was born Casey Shuler on August 15, 1995 to Scott and Jamie Shuler. Her dad remarried when she was 16 to Melody Hulse. She has a sister named Erica who loves to dance and she has an athletic step-brother named Alex Hulse.

Singing career[edit]

Jaimes started singing at the age of 8 and she has released two albums titled Casey Jame and Stupid Girl as of January 1, 2013.

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