Jamie Scott is opening for One Direction, and it may just be the boost he needs to hit it big.
Sometimes the next big thing in music comes out of nowhere, while other times it has been around a while and the success isn’t entirely surprising. For UK singer/songwriter Jamie Scott, it’s a little bit of both.
Jamie Scott might just be the next big thing in music
Scott is going to be heard about a lot in the future, and it’s pretty much directly related to the fact that he’s going to be the opener for a couple of One Direction’s upcoming U.S. shows. On One Direction’s “Where We Are” tour, 5 Seconds of Summer unfortunately had to cancel dates in St. Louis and Dallas, because they were too busy performing at the MTV Video Music Awards this past weekend. Rough life those guys have. Good thing for Scott though, because now the musician gets to play some of the biggest shows that he’s ever played. We all know what happened to 5 Seconds of Summer after their first One Direction tour, and it’s definitely possible the same could happen to him, too.
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What a colourful little package this is, a psychedelic rapture encased in a brightly laced CD brought to us by, singer/songwriter, Jamie Scott and producer TommyD. Quick fact: TommyD once produced Right said Fred amongst others, but don't let that put you off having a listen to Colours. An unlikely pairing brought together as an experiment 18 months ago. Having released an EP earlier in the year, the duo brings us Colours, their first full album.
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You can ignore the chintzy (Un) co-incidentals around the origins of their name - all of the members are all into graffiti apparently, and when they play live there's an even half dozen of them - Graffiti 6 are a band who it would appear are keen to make up for lost time.
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Formed 18 months ago by Tommy D and Jamie Scott, Graffiti6 hit unexpected success when the first fruit of their labour - 'Stare Into The Sun' - was picked to soundtrack an advert. Completed by third member Jimi Crayon, the act knuckled down to create a record which is due later this year, while the collective is also currently touring Europe.
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