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Jamie Miller

Jamie Miller, a 20 year-old, pop-soul, singer-songwriter from Cardiff, United Kingdom, began singing when he was just five years old. As a teenager, he posted covers and original music on his YouTube account. In 2016, at the age of 19, Jamie auditioned for The Voice UK, and after months of competition and performances as a member of Team Jennifer Hudson, made it to the Finals, with millions of fans watching and voting to advance him after each performance. Jamie, the youngest finalist by a few years, ended the show in third place and was soon after courted by numerous accomplished managers from around the world. His performances, broadcasted on YouTube, have earned him over 10 million views. Of note, one of Jamie’s most vocal fans whom discovered his music on social media was Khloe Kardashian. She posted that she could “listen to your talent for days” which sent Jamie’s social media into a frenzy, earning him tens of thousands of new followers thanks to her exposure and the news coverage that followed. In July 2017, after multiple offers, Jamie signed with Walker Hines and Geaux Uptown Records, LLC, who was responsible for Joel Adams and his debut single, “Please Don’t Go”, which became the most successful completely independent song release in Spotify history, earning over 320 million streams. After signing, Jamie worked with Sacha Skarbek, a two-time Ivor Novello award-winning and Grammy-nominated songwriter whose credits include Miley Cryrus, Adele, and James Blunt, as well as many other accomplished songwriters and producers. After recording a few songs of his own and interest from major record labels in the UK, Jamie relocated to New York City and soon after earned an eight-figure, multi-album recording contract via a joint-venture with Atlantic Records and Geaux Uptown Records, LLC. Unlike most artists, Jamie was signed to Atlantic directly by the CEO, the longest serving major record label CEO in the world. Since returning to London, Jamie has been in the studio writing and recording new music with many A-list songwriters and producers, as he prepares to release his debut single and album sometime in 2018. In the Fall of 2017, Jamie was offered and accepted employment as the Digital Media Reporter for The Voice UK, to be aired in 2018. His responsibilities include interviewing all Voice coaches and contestants after each show. Jamie’s dynamic personality and charisma showcased that his talents extend far beyond just music. In his free time, Jamie enjoys performing for charitable events at no cost to raise funds for his various causes and promote good will around his community and country.

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