“Jamie is a pro’s pro. Aside from being a genuine friend and tremendous person, he’s also a very instinctual musician and puts his heart and soul into the live show and bringing it, every stage, every night!”
—George Ducas Country Hit Songwriter and Capitol Records Recording Artist– www.georgeducas.com
Singer of Top 20 hits: Tear Drops and Lipstick Promises; Writer/Co-writer of Hits: Just Call Me Lonesome, Kiss Me In The Dark, Real Fine Place to Start, BEER RUN, Always the Love Songs, and many more!
“Is it passé to use the term Blue Eyed Soul? Well, there’s just no better way to describe the musician Jamie Harrison! I call him an “honorary soul brother’” because when he gigs with me – and that could be jazz, soul, funk or the blues – Harrison brings such soul, passion (and dare I said it, Joy) to his playing that you would swear there was an entire band coming out of his keyboards. And when he sings? Excuse me; is Al Green in the house? I would highly recommend Jamie Harrison to any vocalist or band in need of premier keyboard players in The Soutwest. He’s also a true professional, and an all-around nice guy. Oh yeah, I understand he even plays a little guitar :)”
—Tracey Whitney, former Ray Charles “Raelette” and contributing writer/music critic for Smooth Jazz magazine- http://www.babydollentertainment.com/home
“Jamie has a unique ability to adapt to different styles and genres with little to no effort. Whether it be keyboards or guitar, Jamie has a great understanding of music and is thoroughly committed to making the music shine. Latin music cannot be faked it has to be authentic and Jamie delivers every time.”—Micky Cruz Grammy Nominated Latin Artist
Micky tours internationally and plays some of Americas hottest clubs and casinos. Micky is credited as the inventor of “Cumbegue” a blend of Cumbia, Salsa, and Reggae. Micky also has enjoyed numerous top 10 Radio hits including “Moliendo Cafe” which Jamie played lead guitar on (staying at #1 for 30 consecutive weeks). check him out at: http://mickycruz.net/
“Jamie has an incredible ear and an excellent sense of what a song needs. Whether on guitar or keys he can jump right in and be at home in no time. In the studio or on stage he is an incredible asset to have.”
—Jimmy Stallings bassist for Sir Douglas Quintet Also credited as JJ Light as a soloist
Jimmy is a bonafide living legend! During his time with 60s hit machine, Sir Douglas Quintet Jimmy played such hits as “She’s about a mover”, “The Rain comes”, “Mendocino”, and “Dynamite Woman”. Jimmy also had international success under the name J.J. Light and is credited with being at the forefront of the Native American Rock movement predating hugely succesful group “Redbone” nearly 10 years and releasing European #1 hit and cult smash “Heya” in the late 60s . Jamie had the privilege of playing piano on some of Jimmy’s recent material to be released soon and enjoys playing live in the Southwest with Jimmy semi regularly.
Here is an article/interview with Jimmy: http://www.cultmachine.com/cultnik/cult/Jimmy_Stallings_2/Jimmy_Stallings_2.html