Compelling, full deep, baritone voice and passion for his craft that leaves his audiences uplifted and feeling good....really good.
A Count Basie Alum, has been described as a fine wine has stood the test of time, constantly innovating jazz classics with a repertoire from Cole Porter to Stevie Wonder with effortless delivery.
Sir Michael Parkinson: BBC, iTV and chat show host describes Jamie: A proper singer of real talent and style. He can sing the blues and ballads to mannor born and man does he swing. A must for any lover of great music.
Globally acclaimed, Jamie has worked venues in Paris, Rome, Dubai, Moscow, Tokyo, Osaka, Istanbul, Milan, Zagreb Crotia, Kuala Lumpur, Finland, Serbia, Sochi, and Spain. He recently appeared at Royal Albert Hall in London.
In the States he has worked at Dizzy's, Bule Note, SF Jazz, Yoshi's, Palace of Fine Arts, Monterey Jazz Festival, Lesher Auditorium, Stanford Bing Auditorium, San Jose Jazz festival, Back Dancing and Dynamite to name a few.
Stanly Crouch says: Jamie Davis, another of the extremely polished singers on the scene.
Gordon Goodwin: Totally swinging, the whole package, great pitch, feel and sound.
Christopher Loudon of the Jazz Times London: Davis's dark, dense, "Round Midnight" rivals Eckstine's silken splender.