Jamie and the first class
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Jamie and the first class

Windsor, England, United Kingdom

Windsor, England, United Kingdom
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"Mobile Phone review"

Entertainment Live UK
Review:: Mobile Phone
Artist: Jamie and the First Class

Review:
When listening to a track, the first impression is always the most important, and if my mind is not taken by the sound I hear immediately, I tend to only listen to the first 30 seconds. Mobile Phone by Jamie and the First Class is one of those songs that I suddenly realised that I had listened to all the way through, not just once but twice. The track Mobile Phone has a number of things you very rarely find in the same song. It is well produced, the voice fits in well with the music, the timing is spot on and although Mobile Phone contains humour, it is not over the top. This song rates top of my list of new songs and if marketed well, should also be a commercial success.

Review date: 26 November 2006
Overall Rating: 10/10
Recording Quality: Excellent
Vocals: Excellent
Instruments: Excellent
First impressions: Excellent
Overall impressions: Exceptional
Who would it appeal to? All
Genre: Pop, Punk, Rock, Humour.


To Venues:
Mobile Phone is a professionally produced track by an exciting young band, Jamie and the First Class, from Berkshire. This band is a must for a great night, with a huge amount of experience and great stagepresence.

To Promoters:
If this band has not been snapped up already, they are well worth a 2nd look.

- Simon Thompson


Discography

Moving on - Jamie 2005
Late for School - Jamie & the first class 2005
Schools Out - Jamie & the first class 2006

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“Revives enthusiasm for live music” THE STAGE

Jamie and the first class have established a well – deserved reputation as one of the most exciting, talented and downright fun bands around. Their energetic live shows have already earned them many fans around the world.

Together they enjoyed a year’s residency at The Hammersmith Palais for SchoolDisco.com and performed at many prestigious venues including The Grosvenor Hotel (Park Lane), Old Trafford, Cliveden, Stamford Bridge and many more.

Jamie and the boys are involved in charitable School tours encouraging young people to get involved in music. Performing and teaching pupils about the music industry the band aim to inspire kids to enjoy music.

They have also enjoyed a summer season at Butlins and have regularly appeared at their Themed adult weekends. The bands excellent live show entertains crowds of all ages, performing a wide range of music to suit all tastes.

Charity is very important part of the band having played for Children in Need which was featured on BBC1. In May 2005 the boys helped rase £20,000 for The Royal Marsden Cancer Campaign.
They have also performed for The Tsunami Appeal, Scope, Cancer Research, Comic Relief, Save the Children and many more.

Jamie and the first class are looking forward to an even more successful 2007 and aim to provide the brilliant atmosphere and excitement that only live music can fulfil.