Jamie & Shoony

Jamie & Shoony don't mess around, they are a multi award-winning Alternative Hip Hop band that are championed for their exuberant live shows.

They have played their Scottish urban anthems to sell-out crowds in some of the country's finest venues such as Glasgow's Barrowland Ballroom, O2 ABC, The Liquid Rooms, Kings Tuts Wah Wah Hut, Stramash and Saint Lukes.

The Yellow Movement stalwarts have shared the stage with musical legends including The Sugarhill Gang, The Animals and Deacon Blue, but the main highlight was playing to over 8,000 people at Linlithgow Palace supporting Nile Rodgers & CHIC.

Crowned 'Best Live Act' many times, J&S get the crowd hooked with their infectious presence as they turn every show into one big party.

Go see them for yourself and just try not to dance, I dare you!

"F***ing Quality" - Kevin Bridges

'Jamie & Shoony are a force to be reckoned with" - The Scotsman

'Holy mother of God they are so bloody brilliant live' - Small Music Scene Blog

"Awesome Good-time summer tunes" - Hard Rock Cafe

"Great alternative to what is going on in music right now" - The Sun

 

http://www.jamieandshoony.com/

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