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Boston based award-winning artist Jamie Lynn Hart creates a seamless blend of rock and pop that backs up her powerhouse belt and infectious melodies. With her captivating voice, poetic lyrics and mastered musicianship, she creates a commanding sound reminiscent of Joss Stone meets Grace Potter.

Hart discovered her love of songwriting as a teen in Milford, New Hampshire. She later attended Florida International University to earn her Bachelor of Music Degree in Vocal Performances and then went on to pursue her master of music degree at Boston University. During this time Jamie-Lynn collaborated with local musicians and formed her own band which showcased her unique voice and songwriting.

Jamie Lynn Hart then released two EPs, Jamie Lynn Hart (2007) and Contract Called Love (2009), and performed at notable venues along the East Coast, including Showcase Live and Brighton Music Hall in Boston, and The Bitter End and Sullivan Hall in New York. Jamie was then invited to China to for three months to front an international band at luxury hotels.

 

2011 marked the year when Jamie Lynn released her debut full-length album, Anticipate. The album was produced by Zach McNees (Coldplay, Bjork, The Gregory Brothers) and features band members Kevin Eldridge on guitar, Steve Belleville on bass, Eric Finland on keys, and Attis Jerrell Clopton on drums.

 

From retro-soul and pop melodies to intimate acoustic ballads, Anticipate highlights Hart's lyrical pop voice layered over a roots rock groove. Heavily influenced by her personal experiences, her songs are relatable stories filled with honest messages. The first single "Been Missing," and it’s follow up, radio favorite “Bound to Burn” showcases Jamie Lynn’s strong vocals and inspirational lyrics.

 

In 2012, Jamie Lynn embarked on her first solo-acoustic tour throughout California playing for captive listening audiences. Upon her return to Boston, Jamie Lynn Hart began planning her live album at Tupelo Music Hall which was released in 2013 and won a Limelight Music Award for Best Album. A year later she released her follow up full-length album, The Let Go, in 2015 with band members Kevin Eldridge on guitar, Doug Standley on Drums (Small Talker), Louis Ochoa on Bass (the Video Game Orchestra), and Chris Enright on Keys (Goose). This new album showcases 11 original tracks that showcase Hart’s powerful and extensive vocal range, catchy melodies, and heartfelt songwriting.

 

Jamie Lynn Hart has won the 2012 Limelight Music Award Winner for Best Female Performer and Best Songwriter, 2013 Limelight Music Award for Best Album and Best Music Video, and a 2013 CBS Local top pick for Boston’s Best Local Female Musician. Jamie Lynn was also a 2012 New England Music Award Nominee for Best Female Performer. Jamie’s original music can also be heard throughout parts of Europe where her music is licensed for commercial and TV.  Jamie is currently on the voice faculty of Berklee College Music while continuing  to wow audiences throughout New England and New York with her live show.

 

 

 

 

"Jamie Lynn Hart sings with the poise of Mariah Carey and a dash of Joan Osborne’s urban grit, full of power and soul... Hart's a blend of Motown soul, Fiona Apple angst, Kelly Clarkson radio pop, time spent in blues clubs— it’s all there."
-Hippo Press (PDF)

 

"The voice is perhaps the most personal expression of music, and Jamie Lynn Hart has an exemplary one that stands out on its own and brings the song home."
-Boston Band Crush

 

"A vocal force of nature, Hart belts and coos her way into the listener's consciousness, etching herself into your memory bank of songs that grab you right off the bat first time you hear them."
-Bill Copeland

 

"Jamie Lynn Hart's musical talents are not a byproduct of a media conglomerate but rather a genuine blend of profound lyrics, infectious melodies, and compelling vocals. With extensive musical training combined with natural vocal ability, her voice is the standout feature of her music."
-Wicked Women Magazine

 

"Her songwriting is of significance in itself which is apparent starting on the infectious opening track Sassy. Her siren-like vocal talent shines through on the folkier tunes like Summoned to Succumb which reflects her lyrical forte as well. If you enjoy the beauty of songstresses like Lorena McKennitt, you will want to check out Jamie Lynn Hart."
-Boston Girl Guide

 

"Jamie Lynn Hart is one of the bright new stars in the Boston music scene, captivating crowds with her honey-hued voice. Hart has significant classical vocal training under her belt, but sings with an R&B/soul style that is unmistakably her own. Jamie Lynn Hart is definitely worth checking out."
-Wildy’s World

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
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