Guitarist in The Fixx. Recording and touring musician. Songwriter/Arranger.
Jamie is a founding member of The Fixx, who formed in 1980 and have scored considerable commercial and critical success over the years, particularly in North America, where they have toured extensively, playing to crowds of up to 80,000 strong.
Their 2nd album “Reach The Beach” reached multiplatinum status and includes the hit singles “One Thing Leads To Another”, “Saved By Zero” and “The Sign Of Fire” as well as deeper cuts such as “Opinions”, “Privilege” and “Outside”.
Their critically acclaimed 10th album “Beautiful Friction” was released in July 2012 and The Fixx still play sellout tours, notably in the U.S.A. and Canada.
Alongside The Fixx Jamie has worked live and in the studio with many other well-known artists including Tina Turner, David Bowie, Stevie Nicks, Brian Eno, Rupert Hine, Laurie Anderson, Jane Siberry, Kirsty MacColl, Cyndi Lauper, Benjamin Zephaniah and Depeche Mode.
In 2007 Jamie travelled to Nepal and was involved in a successful attempt to break the world record for the highest concert on land along with Fixx singer Cy Curnin plus Mike Peters, Glenn Tilbrook, Nick Harper and Jim Phantom. The concert took place 6,000 meters up on the summit of Kala Patar and raised £500,000 in sponsorship for the cancer charity Love Hope Strength.