Jamie Rounds
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Jamie Rounds

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Band Rock Alternative


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"JR Press"

"Shake It Up", April 17, 2006
"Rounds merges melody with a more roots-based sound not unlike the kind of thing Marshall Crenshaw does."

"20th Century Guitar", April/May 2006
"With the release of 10 Great Car Tunes, Jamie Rounds is primed to move on to greater public recognition."

Charlie Gracie, Lanark Rec. Artist
"Jamie Rounds is one of our best new songwriters. I'm covering three of his tunes on my new CD."

Don Krider, POWER POP MUSIC NEWS, Aug 9, 2007
"Thinking Man's rock 'n pop...a stunning mix of pop, rock, rockabilly and Opryland all rolled together."

LIVE 365/Jangle Radio, Live Streaming Power Pop
"Pasadena Pop Sessions" on Jangle Radio's "Favorite CD's of 2007" list! - amazon.com


"10 GREAT CAR TUNES" - Not Lame Records, 2001

Songs with current airplay:

"Nothin' To Do Town"
"Jamaica Bay"
"Down, Down"
"Shadow Of Love"



Nashville-based Jamie Rounds’ melodic, guitar-driven power pop has been used by MTV, Paramount Pictures, CNN, Leiber & Stoller Music and many more. His own "10 GREAT CAR TUNES" (Not Lame Records) has been featured on KLOS 95.5 / Los Angeles, in "20th Century Guitar" magazine and elsewhere. The new CD, “The PASADENA POP SESSIONS”, is on the 2007 Grammy ballot in the category of Best Contemporary Folk Album. CD’s are available at amazon.com and CD Baby, as well as Not Lame Records.

Since entering the film and TV music world, Rounds has established ongoing collaborations with some of Nashville and LA's most
respected working composers and music supervisors, including the people behind the multi-platinum soundtrack from
"O BROTHER WHERE ART THOU". His co-writers include Walter Egan, Jerry Holland,
John Ims, Carter Wood and other top-selling writers & artists in the pop and country music fields.

Rounds has played played the Music City clubs for years, with friends
Gillian Welch & David Rawlings, Walter Egan and others. He has appeared in concert as guitarist and vocalist with John Lee Hooker,
The Steve Earle Band and many more, and was part of John Fogerty's "BLUE MOON SWAMP " tour in 1997. He was also recently
lead guitarist for the seminal New Wave band John Wicks & The Records ("Starry Eyes", "Teenarama").

Graham Nash and rockabilly pioneer Charlie Gracie covered Rounds' "A LITTLE TOO SOON TO TELL" for Gracie's 2002 CD, "I'm Alright".