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[/vc_column][vc_column width=”4/6″][vc_column_text]Aimee Jacobs a musician, composer, songwriter and vocalist known for her work as a keyboardist and backing vocalist in the band “The Burning Of Rome” from Oceanside, Ca. brings over 15 years of musical training and live stage performance to the table through her talents and expertise. A musician’s musician, Aimee’s style of composing embodies several musical genres and is clearly a style unto its own.

Aimee’s musical credits are vast and extensive; Her band won San Diego Music Awards (SDMA) Rock Band of the year in 2010 and was nominated in 2011. Aimee is presently working on a Performance Arts Degree from Mira Costa College in San Marcos California.

Aimee began working with Teo Skylark in June of 2009 on several compositions for Skylark Recordings. Completing “The Smell Of Incense” and “Guide Of Souls” with a league of producers and musicians. “The Smell Of Incense” showcases Aimee’s song writing and vocal ability. “Guide Of Souls” features Aimee’s keyboarding talents in addition to her melodic vocals.

While not working with the Skylark team, Aimee can be found in the studio or on stage performing with the band “The Burning Of Rome” Anywhere between London and San Diego. The Band has seen tremendous amount of success on the west coast through tours, one off shows and a series of albums.

An article from San Diego’s City Beat quotes, “The Burning Of Rome is music for the circus of the underworld – done in all the right ways.”

Aimee Jacobs writes and composes original music, independently she is a powerhouse of music and performance. What we have managed to publish and present for you here is only a glimpse into her talent. Some of Aimee’s original music can be found @ myspace.com/aimeejacobsmusic[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row full_width=”” parallax=”” parallax_image=””][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]