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Jamie Hawkins

Jamie Hawkins

Jamie Hawkins


longtime band director, Jamie has earned the respect of his peers, both young and seasoned, in the music community. He has served as musical director of many multiplatinum acts including Jodeci, Mary J. Blige, Boys II Men, and Lauryn Hill. Jamie has shared the touring stage with Jill Scott, and was featured at historic Carnegie Hall as the opening act for Gladys Knight. If you don't know Jamie Hawkins, ask Destiny's Child, Carlos Santana, Glen Lewis, Amerie, Dwayne Wiggins, or Next-- he's worked with all of them. Read more on Last.fm
longtime band director, Jamie has earned the respect of his peers, both young and seasoned, in the music community. He has served as musical director of many multiplatinum acts including Jodeci, Mary J. Blige, Boys II Men, and Lauryn Hill. Jamie has shared the touring stage with Jill Scott, and was featured at historic Carnegie Hall as the opening act for Gladys Knight.

If you don't know Jamie Hawkins, ask Destiny's Child, Carlos Santana, Glen Lewis, Amerie, Dwayne Wiggins, or Next-- he's worked with all of them. Writer and producer of Donnell Jones's 2002 hit "You Know That I Love You," Jamie's music is both gentle and driving, both sophisticated and simple. He is the rare songwriter who composes the melody you've never heard before but feel like you've known all your life. Stylistically, his range is uncanny-- in "Highest Praise" featured on Walter Hawkins's A Song In My Heart (2004), we hear the haunting tranquility of a man who is obviously wise beyond his years; while "Give It To Jesus" (from that same album) reminds us that Jamie is indeed a genius of the hip-hop generation. Read more on Last.fm.

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