Jamie Hosmer is a vocalist, keyboardist with over 35 years of professional experience. He began his career playing local nightclubs and performance venues on weekends, in his hometown of Springfield Massachusetts, then hit the road shortly after graduating from high school.
For the next ten years or so, Jamie would perform all over the United States in various “Top 40” and “Show Band” formats. He also had the opportunity to travel to Europe to perform in the “Dirty Dancing Concert Tour” in 1988.
Since the year 2000, Jamie has made Las Vegas his home. In 2001, he landed the role of keyboardist, vocalist and programmer for the multimillion dollar production “Storm” at Mandalay Bay. That was followed by a 4-year stint with headliner Clint Holmes at Harrah’s.
Currently, Jamie is working with Michael Cavanaugh, who starred on Broadway’s “Movin Out” in the lead role. Jamie plays keys, guitar, and sings with Michael.
He also plays keys and sings with “ASIA Featuring John Payne” and “The 80’s Rock Tour” (a live concert featuring different classic rock singers, all on one stage). Lou Gramm (Foreigner), Mickey Thomas (Starship), Bobby Kimball (Toto), Steve Augeri (Journey), Tony Lewis (The Outfield) are just a few of the great singers who perform with “The 80’s Rock Tour.”
Jamie is also a member of “Santa Fe And The Fat City Horns,” a 15-piece horn band that has been performing in Las Vegas every Monday night for the last 18 years. Members of Santa Fe can be seen performing with artists like Lady Gaga, Celine Dion, Donny and Marie, and others. Guest artists with Santa Fe throughout the years include Kenny Loggins, Christopher Cross, Wayne Brady, Bill Champlin, among many others. Jamie contributes lead vocals, keyboards, and also songwriting and producing for the band.
Recently, Jamie was featured on the premiere episode of “I Can See Your Voice” on FOX TV as The Golfer.
In addition to performing live, Jamie has extensive experience writing and producing custom production music for long form infomercials, spanning every style imaginable. Jamie has composed, recorded and mixed hundreds of pieces of music for infomercials over the last 15 years.