As a self-taught guitarist, Jamie has been writing his own material since the age of 15. Producing lyrics and melodies that result in beautifully crafted songs, he is able to give you live performances that you won’t forget. Jamie has a definitive Indie pop/acoustic sound and a song writing style that sets him apart from others. His debut EP Dance With The Devil was well received, getting fantastic reviews and radio play. Now back with his new material, he is looking to make his mark on the music scene once again
Dance with the Devil review -
'Stunning song - perfectly written. Superb harmonies and well constructed!' 'Absolutely superb production, so crisp! Excellent performance' 'Really keen to hear more of his work'
- James Walshe (KERRANG! RADIO) -
HEARING AID REVIEW FOR THE RAINBOW -
First up Jamie Croft. Another great solo spot (saw him back in May, supporting Bryn Christopher) and, despite having only heard most of the songs just once they'd lodged firmly in my aging brain which is always the mark of quality songwriting and a top notch performance. He has a wonderfully laid back style, eyes closed and lost in the song, you get the feeling that this is someone who is as happy strumming away to himself as he is to an audience. Which, for me, is the right way round. Lots of standout moments, but Supergirl, Dance With The Devil and I'll Save You Tonight were all pretty close to 'acoustic arcadia'.
Bornmusic review - The Sunflower Lounge
Jamie Croft’s valiant opening acoustic set was augmented by some high-spirited Breezer-challenged banshees who seemed inconvenienced by a bloke singing on the stage. The irony of his covers of ’What A Wonderful World/Stand By Me’ escaping their attention. Several songs shone out with ear-pricking promise – ‘Super Girl’ and set closer, the impassioned cri de coeur ‘The One’. Croft is on the radar. Watch this space. By John Kennedy
Members: Hearing Aid Review for the Flapper gig:
How do you follow that? A singer / songwriter of course. Local troubadour Jamie Croft played a strong, passionate set of mainly original material (with a cover of Help' thrown in for good measure), the highlights of which were the Wild Wood-esque Dance With The Devil and I'll Save You Tonight. He reminded me a little of a (much) younger Van Morrison in places, but that's probably just me.'