Hello Jamie

Hello Jamie

 Dallas, Texas, USA
BandPopPunk

Hello Jamie is a punk/pop band that celebrates getting over love lost by burying it in a cadence of depravity. The sound is energetic, the band is fun, and the songs are gritty.

Biography

Ever fallen for a girl you knew was bad for you? That's Jami. She is the woman that haunts the most vivid dreams of every man. She's the girl at the party who went for someone else after you held her hair as she puked all night. She's the one who kicked you out. Dumped you. Threw your favorite records against the wall in anger. She's the most passionate kiss you've ever had. The softest touch. The wildest sex. Jami is the reason you can't trust women, and she's the reason you can't get enough of them. She's the perfect balance of bittersweet. Your first love. The one that got away. And the one you'll never forget!

Deep down, no man wants to forget his Jami. No matter how much it hurts, we just keep going back. And that's why we'd like to be the first to openly embrace all the misery and all the joy that comes with every relationship that couldn't last, and say, "Hello Jami! Thanks for rockin' our world. Time for us to return the favor!"

Hello Jamie is a pop punk band out of the DFW metroplex. The band has gone through a few changes since its formation, including the loss of their very own Jami, Codie Phillips Chrietzberg, who cowrote some of the songs along with West when the band first formed. Though, Hello Jamie has changed and added an 'e' they are still dedicated to writing and performing the most fun, energetic, and passionate music out there.

Look for Hello Jamie in and around Dallas and Fort Worth. They have music videos on YouTube, a 15 song album (Worst is Yet to Come), and events happening almost every weekend. Add us to your page and check back for upcoming shows in your area.

Hello Jamie would like to thank friends and family for their continued support. They would also like to thank everyone who helped them become the group they are today.

Discography

Worst is Yet to Come (15 song album)