Jamie Scott

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Jamie Scott (born 12 February 1982) is a British singer. He writes and produces his music under the name "J.S. Baylin"[1] and is the singer and writer behind the band Jamie Scott and the Town. His music is heavily influenced by 1970s artists like Cat Stevens and James Taylor, and also by neo-soul artists like D'Angelo. He has released two singles and has most recently appeared in Step Up, where he sang on a song on the soundtrack. Early life Scott started playing guitar and piano at age seven. He grew up listening to his parents’ classic albums, and was influenced by artists like Stevie Wonder and Donny Hathaway. Inspired by singer/songwriters Simon and Garfunkel, Jamie Scott formed a duo in college and played acoustic shows in London. During this time, a dying aunt bought him a new piano. For the next three years, Jamie Scott spent his time playing records and writing music. Music career According to his website, Scott never listened to popular, contemporary music while he was growing up. Jamie started his musical career by pursuing a publishing deal for music written for someone else to sing. When Jamie Scott sent his demo tape to publishers, they responded that they liked his voice and wanted Jamie to sing the songs for himself. Because of this, Jamie Scott signed a contract with Sony Music in 2002. He then teamed up with producer Toby Smith, a former keyboardist from Jamiroquai, to work on his full-length album. As he was working on this album, Jamie Scott played solo shows with only his acoustic guitar. He then played a Blues & Soul magazine tour. Following this, he performed with artists such as Carleen Anderson, Mario Winans, and Ginuwine. Scott writes music on his guitar, and always starts with the song first. He insists that he cannot write in a format specifically to get onto the radio. Jamie Scott’s songwriting is a way for him to make sense of life and relationships. The lyrics for his song, “Just” were inspired by “The Prophet” by Khalil Gibran. According to his website, the song, “Searching,” is about trying to make it in the record industry and not listening to people who try to bring you down. But it could also apply to any situation where you lack confidence, but are trying to appear strong. Scott’s full-length album, then titled “Soul Searching,” was scheduled to be out in early 2005. However, due to the merger between Sony and BMG, production got delayed. His newest song, “Made,” is on the soundtrack to the motion picture Step Up[3]. Jamie Scott performs the song in the film, and he also has a brief part as the character, Colin.[4] He also plays guitar while Drew Sidora is performing “Til the Dawn.” Jamie Scott performed as the support act for Kelly Clarkson during her "My December" UK tour in March 2008. Jamie Is now working with top music producer Tommy D, under the name Graffiti6, who’s sound has been described as ‘Psychedelic Northern Soul’. Graffiti6 have already had success with ‘Stare into the Sun’ been used by The Sun newspaper in their ‘Seize the summer’ advertising campaign and also in the Dutch commercial for Wieckse beer. The song is a Megahit at 3FM in Holland. The duo is set to release an EP called STONE IN MY HEART on March 22 Personal life Scott is a fan of West Ham United F.C. Some of his favorite artists include John Legend, Raphael Saadiq, D'Angelo, and Donny Hathaway and singer/songwriters Damien Rice and Ray Lamontagne. Scott's favorite television show is The Mighty Boosh, with his favourite film being One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Albums Soul Searching' (unreleased) - 2005 Park Bench Theories - 2007 iTunes Festival Live: Jamie Scott & The Town - 2007 Stone In My Heart: Graffiti 6 - 2010 Additional Tracks "Made" (Step Up soundtrack) - 2006 "Olivia" (Available on the "When Will I See Your Face Again" CD Single) - 2007 "Smile" (Available on the "Standing in the Rain" CD Single) - 2008 "Bleeding Love" (Available on the "Standing in the Rain" CD Single) - 2008 "Valerie" (Available on the "Standing in the Rain" CD Single) - 2008 "I Miss You" (Available on Belgium iTunes Music Download Store) - 2008 Singles 2004 "Just" - UK #29 2005 "Searching" - UK #32 2007 "When Will I See Your Face Again" - UK #41 2008 "Standing In The Rain" (released 7 January 2008) 2010 "Stone In My Heart EP" (released 22 March 2010) Songwriting Taufik Batisah – "Missing You Always" D-Side - "Dear You" JLS - "Don't Go" Enrique Iglesias - "I Can Feel Your Heartbeat" Enrique Iglesias - "Coming Home" Dane Bowers - "All She Needs" [edit]Filmography Step Up (2006) - as Colin

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