Jamie Ambrose

Jamie Ambrose

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Unique - Unclassified | West Sussex, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 502   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 10/18/2018

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Songwriter, becoming visible. 'The ultimate goal for me isn't performance; it's to get the songs published and covered by other artists." Awards include a first place in the International Narrative Song Competition 2006 (lyrics), and fourth place (lyric division) in Nashville's Music City Song Festival. She has also been a finalist (twice) and double semifinalist in the UK Songwriting Contest, a top finalist in the Great American Song Contest, and gained honorable mentions in both the Billboard World Songwriting Contest and the Unisong International Songwriting Contest. In addition, her music made the Broadjam.com Top Ten Folk charts for several weeks (Overall, Rock and Contemporary) in the summer/autumn of 2007.

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Latest News

2014: 'Is Anyone Home?" chosen for 3-month acoustic playlist slot on Women Of Substance Radio!

2013, Nov 21: support gig at The Half Moon, London: http://new.livestream.com/liveculturetv/neverthebride

2013, August: Arundel Festival.

2008: 'Don't Tell Me' on Neil Young website: www.neilyoung.com/lwwtoday/lwwsongspage.html

26 August: 'Is Anyone Home' enters BJ Folk-Contemporary Top 10 at No. 2.

10 January 2007: 'Fathers and Daughters' first-place, lyric division, in 2006 INSC.


Comments

Ian Ritchie posted 4 weeks ago to Jamie Ambrose


Hi Jamie, Just wanted to say, a big thank you for the review on "Realm" It was much appreciated!

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Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago


Hi Jamie,

Thanks for the GREAT "All-5's" review of my song, "Lonely Woman". Indeed, it is of the 60's and 70's vintage. I have had several people say they felt it was like listening to Led Zeppelin played by one-guy with a guitar. DOn't know about that.

Anyway, the version you heard was a "live version" recorded at Cowtown Ballroom in Kansas City, Missouri USA in 1971.

There is a cleaner studio version of "Lonely Woman" on my album, "Beetles Are Coming". SO, if you like this song, you will very much enjoy the whole album.

It is posted at my BJ site (As an MP3 file) or at my site (http://www.chetnichols.net 1 ) was HI-DEF WAV files.

If you do, let me know which songs you like.

Best,

Chet Nichols


Steve Dafoe - Songwriter posted over 30 days ago


Thank you for the nice words on "On Any Given LA Nite"! Very appreciated. Glad you like the simplicity. I would love every song to have a full production opportunity but it's all about the money to do so. Thank you so much!


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