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Portrait of Jamie Register and the Glendales

Jamie Register and the Glendales


About Jamie Register and the Glendales

Ann Arbor, MI

"Janis Joplin meets James Brown meets Erykah Badu meets Jim Morrison." That's just one Detroit
newspaper's attempt to describe Jamie Register. Miss Register is a gem of a musician hailing from
Ann Arbor. Although she's not a student, Jamie has earned a degree in "chops" and a masters in "soul"
from playing in various ensembles for the past decade. She took the
poly-genre group Cloud Nine Music to new heights, including cross
country tours and multiple performances at the Telluride Jazz Festival.
Her on-stage presence and soulful voice are often compared to Lauren
Hill.
In 2003 Jamie began playing bass and singing with the Afro-pop
group NOMO. Her "groovalicious" bass lines and infectious voice
helped NOMO earn a nomination for the 2007 BBC music awards. In
fact, her talent is so obvious that she has been invited on stage to
perform with Karl Denson and the Greyboy all-stars, the Tom-Tom
Club, the Wailers, Sharon Jones, and soul legends Earth, Wind and
Fire.
When asked about her future goals were in a radio interview on
KRFC in Colorado she said she simply wants, "…to continue creating
music. All music comes from the soul, comes from the heart. As long
as we keep taking our time and do what we believe in… that's our goal.
Make people dance and create good music." When you experience
Jamie Register and the Glendales live, you'll see she's kept her word
and wonder to yourself why you haven't heard her before.

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