Jamie Goddard
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Jamie Goddard

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Many of Jamie’s compositions have been used in TV / Radio advertising campaigns around the world and has had his works featured on many international TV networks including the UK & European TV networks as well as live broadcasts on BBC, SAT3, SAT1, Pro7, MDR, ZDF (Germany) and Channel 8 (Israel). He also wrote a track featured on VH1 & MTV with his band Jamie and the First Class for a 2007 review program in USA and has his music regularly used on CHELSEA TV. He is published by You & Me Music Ltd, London.

Jamie’s debut solo album was released in the UK on the PYE label in 2005 and has recorded two further albums with his band - 'Late for School' 2005 & 'Schools Out' 2006. These albums have sold worldwide and have received over 200,000 downloads.



Jamie has enjoyed performing all over the world, embracing audiences and using his experiences to write his music

He has written over a hundred songs, and many have been broadcast and recorded. Two of his songs were recently featured on the hit album recorded by Declan Galbraith for Starwatch/Warner, and which gained much success internationally, particularly in Germany where it has achieved ‘gold’ status.

Jamie was the lead singer and guitarist in the resident band at London’s famous Hammersmith Palais for two years and has performed alongside artists such as T’pau, East 17, Chesney Hawkes, M People, Betty Boo, Doctor & the Medics, Go West, Nick Kershaw, Jason Donovan, Toyah, Musical Youth, Rick Parfitt, Bad Manners and more.

It was in his early days of school, singing in the choir that got Jamie started and he soon took to his first instruments, violin and piano. Then when he was 11 he discovered his father’s drums in the attic and less than a year later performed his first public performance on drums. He turned fully professional after leaving college and progressed to lead vocalist and guitar in 1999. He has worked in almost every type of live music venue in the UK, including; pubs, clubs, private and corporate events, and concerts. Now Jamie enjoys regularly performing to audiences all around the world.

Jamie is also keen to help others and often performs and appears at fund raising, charitable events. His debut national TV appearance was in 2004 on the BBC’s ‘Children in Need’ and in 2005 helped to raise £20,000 for The Royal Marsden Cancer Campaign. Along with his band he performed at the ‘The Chesney Hawkes Xmas Cracker’ event raising £25,000 for The White Lodge Centre. Jamie has also performed at fund raising events in support of The Tsunami Appeal, Scope, Cancer Research, Comic Relief, Save the Children and many more. Jamie is also actively involved in charitable Schools projects where he frequently tours, encouraging young people to get involved in music.