Jamie Lee Thurston
|Jamie Lee Thurston|
|Labels||View 2, Warner Bros., Country Thunder, Snakebit|
|Associated acts||Rodney Atkins|
Jamie Lee Thurston (born in Montpelier, Vermont) is an American country music singer. He was raised in Waterbury, Vermont and performed with his father starting at age 15. After moving to Los Angeles, California, he moved again to Nashville, Tennessee in 1999.
In 2003, he released the album I Just Wanna Do My Thing via View 2. The album included the single "It Can All Be Gone", which peaked at number 59 on the Hot Country Songs charts. He later signed to Warner Bros. Records Nashville, then to Country Thunder.
Thurston's life is the basis of a screenplay co-written by Tim Rhys, the founder of MovieMaker magazine.
|I Just Wanna Do My Thing||
|Where's an Outlaw When You Need One||
|The Stayin Kind||
|2003||"It Can All Be Gone"||59||I Just Wanna Do My Thing|
|2007||"People Out There"||—|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
|2003||"It Can All Be Gone"|
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