Aimee Bayles, Beartoe

March 12th, 2022 8:30pm   Stage


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Aimee Bayles


Aimee Bayles is a singer, songwriter and recording artist based in New York City. Her 2019 release, ENOUGH, showcases a collection of original songs about her life in the city and her rural southern roots. Originally from Virginia, her soulful, vocally-driven music is influenced by an upbringing in southern church music, her training as an opera singer, and learning folk guitar from her pastor father. Aimee’s sound is inflected with inspiration from Patty Griffin, Gillian Welch, Neil Young, Norah Jones, Dolly Parton and Alison Krauss. She performs regularly at venues in New York City, including Rockwood Music Hall. Enough features Nat Osborn on Piano, Stu Mahan on Bass, Seth Johnson on Guitar, Nick Falk on drums, and Karna Ray on cello. Recorded at Rustic Studios in Portland Maine and 'Chiller Sound in New York, mixed by Danielle Warman of ‘Chiller Sound (Bruce Springsteen, Phish), and mastered by Grammy Award-winner Joe LaPorta, Sterling Sound (David Bowie).



Beartoe (Roberto Aguilar) is a performer songwriter and based out of New Symyrna Beach, Florida.

His collection of songs brings together Florida Roots in Blues Soul, and Americana music by way of electric finger-style guitar and soaring Vocals. These eclectic performances range from solo to full band configurations.

Beartoe has been active in the Florida music festival scene (Hulaween, Spring Fest, Orange Blossom Jamboree) as well as the club circuit throughout Florida and venues as far as New Orleans, Annapolis, and Portland. Opening for Alejandro Escobedo, Tab Benoit, Devon Allman and Donna The Buffalo, Beartoe continues to live up to the true meaning of a troubadour.