Jamie Moses

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Moses performing with The SAS Band in 2013

Jamie Moses (born 30 August 1955) is an Anglo-American rock guitarist. The son of an American father (a member of the U.S. Air Force) and an English mother, Jamie Moses was born in the Suffolk county town of Ipswich, but grew up in various parts of the United States, as well as in Japan, according to the change of location in his father's postings. A self-taught guitarist, he has been playing since the age of ten and began his professional work by performing material from artists such as Jimi Hendrix, James Brown, the Beatles and Sly and the Family Stone. He was playing on Air Force bases and on radio and TV by the age of 13. When his father retired from the Air Force, the family returned to England, where he has been a freelance musician ever since.

He co-founded the Tex-Mex band Los Pacaminos in 1993, led by Paul Young[1] and has been second guitarist for Brian May and Queen since 1992.

Between 2005 and 2008 he was rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist for Queen + Paul Rodgers.[2] Jamie is also a member of The SAS Band with Spike Edney and the award-winning Hiding In Public and he has a highly sought-after party band, The World Famous Red Sox. Jamie also toured for many years with Sir Tom Jones.

Credits include:

Anastacia, Jon Anderson (Yes), Rick Astley, Randy Bachman, Corinne Bailey Rae, Gary Barlow, Jimmy Barnes, Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, Eric Bazilion (Hooters), Jeff Beck, Madeline Bell, Beyonce, Graham Bonnet, Dane Bowers, Broken English, Errol Brown, Gary Brooker, Jack Bruce, Buck’s Fizz, Eric Burdon, James Burton, Mel C, Paul Carrack, Deana Carter, Roger Chapman (Family), Johnny Clegg, Jimmy Cliff, The Corrs, Roger Daltry, John Deacon (Queen), Kiki Dee, George Ducas, Elliot Easton, The Fabba Girls, Fish (Marillion), 5ive, Dean Freidman, Gloria Gaynor, Bob Geldof, Graham Gouldman (10cc), Peter Green, Tony Hadley (Spandau Ballet), Haddaway, Sammy Hagar, Steve Harley, Justin Hayward, Hiding In Public, Damon Hill, The Hollies, Jamelia, Paul Jones, Sir Tom Jones, Ronan Keating, Alicia Keys, Chaka Khan, Mark King, Paul King, Simon Kirke, Beverly Knight, Denny Laine, Stevie Lange, Queen Latifah, Annie Lennox, Los Pacaminos, Steve Lukather (Toto), Lulu, Nick Mason, Brian May, Jesse McCartney, Liz McClarnon (Atomic Kitten), Martine McCutcheon, Freddie Mercury, Mike & The Mechanics, Miss Dynamite, Jimmy Nail, Vince Neil, Next Of Kin, Olivia Newton-John, Elaine Paige, Pino Palladino, Paper Lace, Mica Paris, Marty Pellow, Cozy Powell, The Pretenders, Trevor Rabin (Yes), Lionel Ritchie, Tom Robinson, Paul Rodgers (Free, Bad Company), Mike Rutherford, Leo Sayer, St. Etienne, The SAS Band, Mark Shaw (Then Jericho), The Soldiers, South Side Johnny, Chris Squire (Yes), Shakin’ Stevens, Slash, Dave Stewart, Curtis Stigers, Sugarbabes, Suggs, Roger Taylor, Chris Thompson (Manfred Mann’s Earthband), Pete Townsend, Judy Tzuke, U2, Suzanne Vega, John Waite, Carl Wallinger (World Party), Joe Walsh, Amy Winehouse, Alan White (Yes), Roy Wood, Bill Wyman, Paul Young, “other” Paul Young (Mike & the Mechanics, Sad Cafe) and Zucchero.

Selected discography[edit]

  • Merlin: Merlin (album 1974)
  • Eric Burdon: I Used to Be an Animal (album 1988)
  • Judy Cheeks: No Outsiders (album 1988)
  • Bob Geldof: The Happy Club (album 1993)
  • SAS Band: SAS Band (album 1994)
  • Paul Young: Acoustic Paul Young (EP CD 1994)
  • The Brian May Band: Live at the Brixton Academy (album/video, 1994)
  • Paul Young: Paul Young (album 1997)
  • Tony Hadley: Tony Hadley (album 1997)
  • Roger Chapman: A Turn Unstoned? (album 1998)
  • Brian May: Another World (solo guitar on "Slow Down") (album 1998)
  • Mike + The Mechanics: Mike & the Mechanics Live (album 1999)
  • SAS Band: The Show (album 2000)
  • Robbie McIntosh: Wide Screen (album 2001)
  • Los Pacaminos: Los Pacaminos (album 2002)
  • Various Artists: Nelson Mandela 46664 Concert, Amandla (album 2002)
  • Rock Kids: Kids Will Rock You (album 2003)
  • Drew Barfield: Deep Water Terminal (album 2004)
  • Hiding in Public: Silent Exchange (album 2005)
  • Queen + Paul Rodgers: Return of the Champions (CD/DVD, 2005)
  • Queen + Paul Rodgers: Super Live in Japan (DVD, 2006, Japan only)
  • Los Pacaminos: Los Pacaminos Live (album 2006)
  • Hiding in Public: What Lies Ahead (album 2007)
  • Broken English: The Rough With the Smooth (album 2007)
  • Los Pacaminos: "A Fistful Of Statins" (album 2014)
  • Samantha Horwill: Figure of 3 (album 2007)
  • Queen + Paul Rodgers: Live in Ukraine (DVD 2009)
  • Hiding in Public: Worlds Away, Yards Apart (album 2009)
  • Melissa Israel: Ghost of a Girl (album 2009)
  • Charlotte Gordon Cumming: "The Brave Songs" (album 2010)
  • Mike & the Mechanics: The Road" (album 2011)
  • Hiding In Public: "Inner Anarchist" (album 2012)
  • Band of Sisters: "Issues" (album 2013)
  • Zididada: "Fix Your Heart" (album 2013)
  • Los Pacaminos: A Fistful of Statins (album 2014)


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