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Jamie Harrison

Jamie Harrison

Jamie Harrison


There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Jamie Harrison is a rock band from Philadelphia, PA, USA that has been active since 2001. The current lineup consists of Jamie Goldfuss - acoustic guitar and vocals, John Field - lead guitar and harmonica, Saul Rubin - bass and Dave Schwartz - drums. Past band members and collaborators include Evan Joblin - guitar and keys, Seth Gottfried - bass and Danny Zwillenberg - drums. Jamie Harrison released the album The Normal Abnormal in 2006, which was recorded by Bill Moriarty (Dr. Read more on Last.fm
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Jamie Harrison is a rock band from Philadelphia, PA, USA that has been active since 2001. The current lineup consists of Jamie Goldfuss - acoustic guitar and vocals, John Field - lead guitar and harmonica, Saul Rubin - bass and Dave Schwartz - drums. Past band members and collaborators include Evan Joblin - guitar and keys, Seth Gottfried - bass and Danny Zwillenberg - drums. Jamie Harrison released the album The Normal Abnormal in 2006, which was recorded by Bill Moriarty (Dr. Dog, Lotus).

The follow-up album Everyone Gets A Fork was released in 2007, and was recorded and produced by Mike Nau (Cotton Jones, Page France). Jamie Goldfuss also released a solo album under the name Jamie Harrison in 2005 called Suffocating Mundane. Jamie Harrison plays shows mostly in Philadelphia, but also elsewhere in the Eastern United States. They are currently recording music for their next album. 2) Jamie Harrison is a singer-songwriter from Coventry, UK. He plays psychedelic folk music of the old school, which is to say with tunes and silly words.

His debut record was the EP The Bear, and his album The Struck World and the Bad Planet was released at the end of 2010. Four years in the making, it was partly recorded in a squatted disused police station. Not many records can make such a claim. 3) Jamie at the age of 20 is a hard working DJ who loves his music and entertaining a crowd of up for it clubbers. Going on holiday to Ibiza in 2005 , his eyes were opened to the joys of underground dance music.

Along with his main love Trance Jamie came home and began to immerse himself in the music scene, clubbing every weekend and practising his djing In 2005 Jamie left school got a job working with his dad as a DJ Jamie began with small parties , and in 2006 was offered a residency on a weekly basis at 1 of Nottingham's biggest bars. Through his work he gained invaluable experience of the scene and music culture. his excellent enthusiasm soon led him from small parties to being 1 of Nottingham's best new budding DJs.He'd been putting together sets for many months, so it was a natural progression for him. To want to dj in bigger and better venues Jamie's passion and enthusiasm for djing and the music he plays makes him a clubbers favourite.

His infectious energy and attention to the music not only has clubbers wondering what's next , but makes the whole experience of seeing him play unforgettable. His energy and vibe through every set he plays, leaves everyone wanting more. Jamie is very versatile making him a unique talent that never fails to impress the clubber Whether he's spinning uplifting trance in the main room or taking you on a tripped out journey through filthy electro or anything underground in the back room one thing is for sure he never fails to get his crowd dancing. This is set to be a massive year for Jamie, and as the demand for top quality DJs with his skills increases he is in great demand.

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