Music has taken Jamie to over 100 countries, but she loves most her homeland where she won the Wisconsin Area Music Industry Award (WAMI) for Keyboardist of the Year, and was nominated for Jazz Artist & Female Vocalist of the year. Her album, My Desire of you gained international recognition as a finalist in the Independent Music Awards for "Jazz with Vocals", and her track "All the Love That Can be" was the feature theme for Japan's NHK radio documentary Hiroshima. you may Listen to Jamie's new album Hallelujah on 91.1 The Avenue Radio and Saturday mornings on 107.5 WAPL's Home Brewed. She is currently nominated for another WAMI and awaits Award night 2021- pending the return of the dinosaurs or Jesus, or both.
Throughout her journey, Jamie has entertained many dignitaries worldwide from US President Jimmy Carter to British Prime Minister John Major, and shared the stage with jazz greats such as Grammy-Winner Arturo Sandoval. she is now available for your concerts, festivals, Weddings, celebrations and Corporate Events!
With a Masters in Broadcast Journalism, law studies, and Bachelors in nothing related to music, this seemed like a logical career path. Jamie spends her free time rebuilding an old farmstead, and is also a proud human to designer feather people. See 'Chicken' tab above. Also follow Jamie's zany music travels and photos journey on facebook. She somehow finds incredible joy by swimming in fridge-temp shark-infested waters without a wetsuit.