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Jamie Evans is an independent UK based music producer,song-writer, session player, multi-instrumentalist, arranger
and musical director.

His versatility as a vocalist and musician (guitar/bass/piano/keys) spans many musical genres. Jamie has
released records and toured extensively worldwide both as frontman and guitarist of various bands over the last 20 years on independent and major labels. He has achieved top 20 UK album success alongside millions of streams across platforms such as Spotify and YouTube. 

Jamie has worked with world class musicians around the
globe including Clayton Ivey (Motown, Fame Gang)  Will
McFarlane (Bonnie Raitt )  Spooner Oldham (Aretha Franklin,
Bob Dylan, Neil Young)  Jim Horn (The Wrecking Crew,
George Harrison, The Beach Boys) and Bob Wray
(Ray Charles, Al Green, Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash) at
FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and James
Petralli (White Denim) at Arlyn Studios in Austin, Texas.

Jamie's productions have been mixed by Adam Hawkins
(Muse, Twenty One Pilots, Fiona Apple, Regina Spektor)  
Alan Moulder (U2, Nine Inch Nails, QOTSA, Smashing
Pumpkins)  Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters) and Brad Spence
(Alt-J, Kasabian, Radiohead).

His production, co-write, arrangement and performance credits include Wildwood Kin, The Luka State, Lynne Jackaman, Reigning Days, Antwerp Gipsy Ska Orkestra, Crawford Mack, Man The Lifeboats, Dries Bongaerts, No Coward Soul, Only Shadows, Rich Quarterman, Sharko, Mexicolas, Matt Sellors, Broken Witt Rebels, Malory Torr, Tim De Graaw and Ryan Davies.

We are thrilled to welcome Jamie Evans to the Superfly Studios family, We look forward to the incredible music collaborations that lie ahead. Jamie has a visionary and undeniable passion for creating music that brings out the best in all of the artists that he works with.

Jamie writes in many styles, to any brief and deadline. Whether you're looking to improve your songs or write fresh from an idea or concept, he can help you achieve your vision both musically and lyrically. Recent co-writes have resulted in airplay across national and regional radio stations including BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, regional BBC and Kerrang! as well as millions of plays on Spotify and YouTube. 
Jamie also has a natural ear for arrangement, focusing on the structural flow, instrumentation and vocal dynamic to bring out the best in every song.

Preparation is everything. By spending time on every song, considering every angle, experimenting with arrangement and parts to get to the raw essence of each song (be that at demo stage in his home studio or fleshing out ideas in a rehearsal space), Jamie works closely with the artist to ensure that when the time comes to capture the magic, the focus is then on the performance and conviction rather than searching for ideas. Ultimately, this makes the whole process much more time and cost efficient and gives the artist more confidence going into the studio.

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