Jamie Hartman

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Jamie Hartman (born September 1971) is a British musician and songwriter, and is signed to Flat Cap Records as an artist. Previously billed as Ben's Brother, he is now releasing albums under his own name, and signed to Reverb Music as a writer

Music career[edit]

Songwriting[edit]

In late 2010 Jamie relocated to Los Angeles, California and is currently working with the worlds top artists, writers, and producers out of The Village Recorder studio in Santa Monica. He is currently signed to Reverb Music Publishing in the UK, and Reservoir Media Music Publishing in the US.

Recent collaborations and productions include :

The first single for BBC Radio 1 "one to watch" artist for 2015 James Bay - Move Together, on Republic US. The album is due for release in early 2015.

Jamie wrote and produced 5 songs `on the 2014 #5 Hit Album Resurrection by Anastacia, including the single Lifeline.

He has also written and additionally produced 3 songs on Electric Soul for Marlon Roudette including the 2014 Summer #1 Hit When The Beat Drops Out. Marlon's album is due for release in the UK and US in early 2015.

Jamie's latest project is the artist Conrad - signed to Lyor Cohen's new label 300 in the US. He has written and produced all 5 songs of Conrad's first ep, slated for release in early 2015.

Ben's Brother[edit]

Hartman recorded his latest solo album III in Los Angeles, with acclaimed record producer Warren Huart (The Fray, Augustana). The record was released in early 2012 and both of the first two singles Happy New Year and Girlwise were Top 40 Airplay successes, Records of The Week and A-listed at Radio 2, and the album itself won the coveted Album Of The Week Spot on BBC Radio 2, Europe's biggest Radio station.

Singles as artist (see also Ben's Brother)[edit]

Single Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
2011 "Happy New Year" III
2012 "Girlwise" III
2012 "Un nouveau jour" (with Merwan Rim) L'échappée (Merwan Rim album)

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