Jamison Covington

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Jamison Covington
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Background information
Birth name Jamison Covington
Genres Pop-punk, emo, indie rock
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 2003–present
Labels Eyeball, Interscope
Associated acts JamisonParker, Dance With The Dead, E for Explosion

Jamison Covington is a American musician, mostly known for his involvement in the bands JamisonParker and E for Explosion. He is now writing and recording solo music under his name and composing/recording music for film and television. During his career he has released 6 EPs, 3 full length records co-produced either by Dave Trumfio or Ken Andrews and himself, had 3 music videos in rotation on MTV2 & FUSE, regular air play on college radio, toured and played shows with bands such as Something Corporate, Motion City Soundtrack, Mae, HelloGoodbye, Coheed & Cambria and many more. Jamison officially stated his reasons for leaving Jamisonparker were due to a sharp contrast in creative views and an inability to communicate effectively. Jamison has also officially stated his reasons for dissolving E for Explosion were simply to move on and explore other sounds. Jamison Covington's solo work, though he has only technically released one track, entitled "If", has been labeled "indie pop"and has already drawn comparisons to William Fitzsimmons and Elliott Smith.


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