Billboard Magazine touts, “This operatically trained singer is capable of hitting falsettos with piercing clarity, but unlike most singers who can go that high, he can also dig deep on low, velvety notes”.
Jamie has an extraordinary voice spanning 4 octaves calls his music “ethereal cinematic pop”.
He was awarded a Scholarship in Voice at the Royal College of Music, London for his unique countertenor voice and focussed his vocal prowess on classical music and opera then later combined a variety of contemporary genres resulting in “pop” music fused with classical undertones.
Pop legend Craig David recently called Jamie’s vocal range “really unique”. His vocal range allows him to hit vocal pockets that most artists could never imagine performing. He also plays several instruments – saxophone, double bass, piano, guitar, thus allowing him to write and orchestrate his own original music as well as orchestrating different arrangements for covers – e.g. writing a pop song in operatic style and vice versa.
Jamie has recently sung in many different situations from large corporate events in Europe, as a support act in venues throughout the UK, on TV, at large venues in UK e.g. Royal Albert Hall, clubs and venues in London, to singing in nursing home car parks during lockdown and for senior politicians at Downing Street.
Jamie has worked with several other artists and producers such as Boy George with whom he released a duet, who said ‘Jamie’s classical touches are just magical’. Dame Emma Thompson stated ‘the talent this young artist has is breath-taking’. After hearing Jamie perform live, Gary Barlow from Take That said on the TV programme Walk the Line ‘wow, that was really beautiful, I’ve never heard anything like this before. I really like it’.