No surprise then that he’s at the forefront of a unique project showcasing the latest connective technology. He’s teamed up with UK charity ‘Music For All’ to offer a one-off opportunity for amateur musicians to BE his band for a day on June 25th, with an amazing technology twist.
He’s now calling for 5 amateur musicians (drums, keys, guitar and two singers), of any age, to participate in this pioneering project, destined to be remembered as a landmark moment in music making, and he wants YOU to be part of it.
Jamie needs a drummer, keyboard player, bass player and two vocalists.
If you feel you’ve got what it takes to mix it up with one of the world’s most critically acclaimed artists we want to hear from you now.
June 25th 2019; You’ll rehearse with Jamie then play live with him, performing music from his eagerly awaited new album, and be part of a unique moment in the latest new technology innovation. Here’s the technology twist: while Jamie will be in a major Central London venue, his new band will be in Bristol AND Birmingham all remotely connected via 5G in a world-first in new technology, a truly life-changing Music Lesson with Jamie.
All you need to do is send us a YouTube link to a Jazz or Pop style clip of you performing a piece of music that best demonstrates your talent, with a bio and a few words telling us why you want to be part of this once in a lifetime opportunity to get noticed by the industry’s decision makers. But don’t delay, the closing date for entries is 26th May.
You’ll be in great company too. The event is led by Music for All, supported by King’s College London, EE, Yamaha, the City of London Corporation, the University of Bristol and We The Curious.
If you’re selected to be in the band, we’ll send you the music in advance together with Jamie’s personal tips and requirements for the Gig, and help you all along the way.
Further details including how to apply can be found on the Music For All website.
Source: Music For All