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To hear Jamie Tate tell it, it is obvious that she has already experienced so much in her life and yet she feels as though she is just getting started. Jamie has just released an acoustic EP with six songs that she has hand-picked for this “unplugged” album. A behind-the-scenes feel and sound is what she wants her listeners to have.
With performances like the Coca-Cola Fan Stage at the Atlanta Motor Speedway NASCAR race and opening for artists like Gretchen Wilson, Josh Thompson, and Jeff Cook, it is easy to see how all types of fans enjoy Jamie’s brand of country music.
Her release of “One Beer Away From Loving You” marked Jamie’s first charted single. The song impressed noted line dance choreographer Junior Willis, so much so, that he created a country line dance “12 Ounces” specifically for Jamie’s song.
The release of her most recent single , "I'll Give My All," took Jamie over the 100,000 digital download mark! The song is a patriotic tribute to our military featuring the world renowned 82nd Airborne All American Chorus. Together, they shot a breath-taking music video at Fort Bragg/Pope Air force base.
Like many of today's artists, she grew up singing in church and community choirs at home in North Carolina. She attended Salem Academy in Winston-Salem, NC where she focused on music. The academy led her to Europe where she performed in the London New Year's Day Parade as well as the Gala Concert Series celebrating the Queen's Golden Jubilee in Westminster Central Hall, London.
Jamie continued on to get her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Western Carolina University in the mountains of North Carolina. After receiving her degree, she decided to add a few more years to her education and obtained a Juris Doctorate from Campbell University, with a focus on entertainment law. When asked about her education, Jamie says “Regardless at what you do in life, set yourself up for success.” All throughout her education, Jamie used music as a refuge. Now, Jamie’s unique and soulful sound can range from classical to traditional country. As true as the song she wrote, Jamie is a “bonafide, certified, countrified, citified, quarter-acre cowgirl.”