acclaimed as one of the Top Ten Male Vocalists in the World,
Jimi Jamison delivers a strong and powerful performance
regardless of the venue. His released song I'm Always Here,
which he wrote and performed for the #1 syndicated TV show
Baywatch is certain to solidify his standing as one of the
premier performers in the music industry today.
beginnings in rural Mississippi to established superstar
residing in Memphis, Tennessee, his achievements call to
mind the other Memphis Rock and Roll Legend, whom Jimi met
as a young boy while Elvis was on one of his famous shopping
sprees. Like Elvis, Jimi has never forgotten from whence he
came and continues to be dedicated to benefits assisting St.
Jude's Childrens Hospital, The Special Olympics, and The ARF
Foundation, with Tony LaRussa of the St. Louis Cardinals.
the nationally acclaimed band Target in the Seventies, Jimi
continued his rise to stardom with Cobra through the early
Eighties. In 1983, he joined Survivor as the group was to go
on to enjoy 5 singles in the Top Ten, four gold, platinum,
and double platinum albums and multiple movie soundtracks.
His renditions of Eye of the Tiger from Rocky and Burning
Heart from Rocky IV thrill concert audiences to this day.
Other fan favorites include High On You, The Search is Over
and I Can't Hold Back, all delivered with crisp, clean live
band backup for the strong voiced Jamison. The explosive
Rock Hard from Jimi's 1991 solo album, When Love Comes Down,
also features the unmistakable power of Jamison's voice.
Jamison again teamed with other members of Survivor for a
reunion. A tour with the bands Styx and REO Speedwagon
followed. The reunion also took the band to Germany for a
month-long series of concerts. Jamison would later reunite
with Survivor for a tour in 2000, and he remained with the
band up through the release of their new album in 2006. In
2005, Jamison was featured in the Emmy-nominated Starbucks
commercial which was a parody of Survivor's "Eye of The
7th 2008 Frontiers Records will release Jimi Jamison's brand
new studio album "Crossroads Moment". This is Jimi's first
recording since his swan song as lead singer with Survivor
on their 2006 release "Reach". Even upon first listen it is
apparent that something almost indefinable has changed since
that record. The music is more melodic and rocking than ever
before harkening back to those magic days of "Vital Signs",
"When Seconds Count" and "Too Hot To Sleep"
to his career as lead vocalist, he has also made six music
videos and has made multiple television appearances. He has
served on the Grammy Awards Committee and as a member of
AFTRA, SAG and NARAS. He has performed back up vocals for
recordings by ZZ TOP, Krokus, Jeff Healy Band, and numerous
other recording artists. Billy Gibbons refers to Jimi as the
fourth member of ZZ Top. He is a founding member of the
organization Voices of Classic Rock. He has been recognized
by the Govenors of Tennessee, Ohio and Arkansas for his work
on and off the stage and he commands a loyal and dedicated
following appearing at each of his concerts.
Derek St. Holmes