"A pleasant slice of College Rock radio" - Planet Sound, Channel 4.
"An accomplished writer & singer" - Andy Barclay, Eromeda Records.
"Up there with Jameson's Irish Whisky brilliance" - Sean Brophy, DublinCityFM.
"In another time & place, he would have fitted in the early days of Stiff Records" - John Cavanagh, RadioSix International.
"Cool jangly Power Pop" - DJ Gil, WNUR FM Chicago.
Christopher Jameson is a well established musician and songwriter in Manchester. He began his career playing in and writing for bands, and was a founder member of the acclaimed Manchester band "Stray Dog Cafe", who recorded for UBiK Records, as well as being the drummer of "Zebu", alongside Steve Jones of Moco and Russ Miller (now Johnny Marr's chief engineer). As a multi-instrumentalist, he was also asked to play for other North West artists such as Fleck and The Midwich Cukoos.
Deciding to follow a solo career after well received sets at open mic and jam nights, where he tried out his own material, Christopher has now played alongside great names such as The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, The Troggs, Una Baines (The Fall & The Blue Orchids), Jonah Matranga, James Walsh (Starsailor), Moco and Gerard Starkie (Witness), and has performed countless shows at many famous UK venues that includes The Cavern (Liverpool), The Camden Barfly, The Troubadour and The Alley Cat (London), The Night and Day Café and The Roadhouse (Manchester) and The Parr Hall (Warrington). Christopher was also invited to play a live acoustic set on the UK TV channel MadeInLiverpool, and has been given praise for his work by many in the industry. No messages or lectures in his lyrics, just catchy Power Pop centered around memorable riffs and melodies.
To listen to & download all music, please go to the official page - www.christopherjameson.bandcamp.com
To contact for gigs etc, write to - email@example.com
The 1st album, "Christopher Jameson" was recorded at various studios on both digital and analog, whilst the 2nd, "Sounds From The Bedroom" consists of home demo tapes. Both releases were promoted online by Salford Records & Corporate Records, and a number of songs have since been played on worldwide radio, including the BBC, and on stations such as Gothenburg's Radio Andra, Holland's Radio Seagull, WNUR FM Chicago, KIOA in Iowa, WXDR in New Orleans, KSCU 103.3FM Santa Clara, and New Zealand's World FM. "Alone", the third album was partly recorded in Chicago with help from PowerPop specialist Nick Bertling, and received positive reviews including from Japan's Startrip Music.
Pete Townshend, Bob Mould, Ray Davies, Syd Barrett, Roy Wood.