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Jamie Fox, originally from California, has performed world wide, in concert and on television, including the Montreaux Jazz Festival. A semifinalist in the Thelonious Monk International Jazz competition in 1995, he has worked with artists as diverse as Brother Jack Mc Duff, Dr. John, Ernie Watts, Gene Harris, Tiger Okoshi, Carla Thomas, Otis Clay and The Shirelles. He played lead guitar and served as Musical Director for the Joan Baez World Tour (1989-1991), filming a popular PBS television special with Baez and Jackson Browne. He was lead guitarist for Blood, Sweat, & Tears (1998-2000), touring the USA and Canada. He currently performs and records with singer Jen Chapin as well as Combo Nuvo, a band devoted to original compositions performed on (mostly) acoustic instruments. Jamie will soon be releasing a CD of his own music.


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Guitar

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Album When I Get Home by Jamie Fox

When I Get Home

RareCatRecords
2007

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