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  • PUBLISHED Oct 26, 2018

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    Oct 26 2018
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    N/A Nashville

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JAMIE MEYER performs the song "SAFE TO SAY" for BalconyTV.

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PRESENTED BY ALYSSA JACEY

Actual melodies. Real stories. Often called, “The Swedish Fish” in Nashville due to his Swedish roots, former goal keeper Jamie Meyer is the love affair between infectious top 40 pop and modern country music. “I grew up on big melodies and larger than life shows in the late 80’s and 90’s. This was a time when Michael Bolton, Def Leppard and Tom Petty ruled the charts. Sounds like a wonderful world and in my opinion it was.” ~Jamie Meyer
After consistent touring and performances at places like The Bluebird Cafe’ and NBC’s Today In Nashville, Meyer kicks off 2018 by releasing the newest music video for his haunting modern classic “Nothin’ On You”. This is the third single and video released from the Miss This Town EP. (2017) The video gives Meyer a chance to shine a light on domestic violence and abuse.

The new single “Feel the Love” is set to be released in March 2018 followed by a new music video and tour.

Jamie has performed with legends such as the late Stevie Ray Vaughn’s classic band- Double Trouble, and one of today’s most popular groups, Lady Antebellum. He has also recorded and co-written songs with Bryan Adams, Phil Thornalley, Håkan Mjörnheim & Jörgen Elofsson and many more. Meyers big break in Sweden came to fruition in 2002 when he finished in third place in the last season of “Popstars”. A TV talent show that later became known as “Idol”. Although he didn’t win “Popstars”, he was signed to Sony Music in Sweden and departed one year later to become an independent artist. Today he travels between The United States and Europe to write, record and perform.

http://jamiemeyer.net/

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