Jamey Garner

Biography

Jamey Garner is a singer, songwriter and harmonica player in Country, Southern Rock and Gospel music.

As a finalist on the USA Network and Sony Music's Nashville Star Garner became known in the country music scene in 2003. In the meantime Jamey has toured and shared dates with some of country music's brightest stars including: Gary Alan, Dierks Bentley, Chris Cagle, Terri Clark, Charlie Daniels, Andy Griggs, The Kentucky Headhunters, Buddy Jewell, Blake Shelton, Daryl Dodd and many others.

Featured on numerous syndicated radio shows including After Midnight with Blair Garner, Danny Wright All Night, Westwood One and Billy Block's Western Beat Jamey can be also heard playing harmonica on Neil McCoy's CD "That's Life". Besides he received a Gold record for his soulful harmonica performance on Buddy Jewel’s No.2 hit single "Sweet Southern Comfort", produced by Grammy winner Clint Black.

In the spring of 2004, Great American Country (G*A*C) aired a full 30-minute feature on Jamey and his music, which was a respectable achievement for an unsigned artist. Furthermore Jamey was a special guest of Nashville legend Charlie Chase of Crook and Chase on his NBC morning show and has appeared on various FOX and NBC affiliates around the country.

Currently, Jamey is singing for Cowboys Dancehall's in Texas with his new band, The Honky Tonk Heroes, and working on his next CD release.

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