Jamie Lawson Biography

Jamie Lawson is a British singer-songwriter and musician from Plymouth, England. He was the first artist signed by Ed Sheeran to his new label, Gingerbread Man Records. Lawson is best known for his hit single "Wasn't Expecting That." Lawson made his first US appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on 10 November 2015.

Lawson released his first demos to the mp3.com platform. His song "Fussy" got international playtime when it was included into the playlist on the college radio station KLSU, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The first spin of this song was in January 2001 on The Little Lighthouse radio show at KLSU. Jamie Lawson played frequent shows at the 12 Bar Club in London.

In 2003, he released his debut studio album Last Night Stars, through Allotment Recordings. On 20 June 2010 he released his second studio album The Pull of the Moon, through Lookout Mountain. The album peaked to number 70 on the Irish Albums Chart. In 2015 the album peaked to number 9 in New Zealand.

On 11 March 2011, he released the single "Wasn't Expecting That" in Ireland, through Universal Music Ireland as the lead single from his third studio album. The song peaked at number 3 on the Irish Singles Chart. On 1 April 2011 he released his third studio album Wasn't Expecting That in Ireland, through Lookout Mountain. The album peaked at number 11 on the Irish Albums Chart. On 30 September 2011 he released the single "Lucy Rocks" as the second single from the album.

On 3 April 2015, he re-released the single "Wasn't Expecting That," through Atlantic Records. The song has peaked to number 3 in Australia and number 7 in New Zealand. The single hit the number 6 chart position in the UK on 8th October 2015. Lawson supported Sheeran on the leg of his X Tour in March and April 2015. He also supported One Direction for three nights of their 2015 On the Road Again Tour
Source: wikipedia.org
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