Kentucky born singer-songwriter Jamie Suttle has roots that reach deep into the rich soil of American music. The seeds of her inspiration were planted at a young age while singing in church. As she grew, it flourished under the sweltering heat of soul, R & B, and rock, all the while being suffused with gospel and classic country music.
Now a resident of Dayton, Ohio, Jamie draws her lifeblood from this sturdy root system to create music that is honest, authentic and soul-stirring. She has worked with Grammy award winning engineers like Tom Coyne (Miranda Lambert, Taylor Swift, Adele) and opened for luminaries like Shooter Jennings, Cole Taylor, Frank Foster, and Jason Michael Carroll.
The video for her sultry, bluesy single “Flame” was director by Jason Kaufman (Dexter, Law and Order, Without a Trace, CSI: Miami). Her band, which includes husband, Chris Suttle, (an award-winning recording engineer in his own right) on guitar.
The band has partnered with Wright State University and officially endorses Salon EXP who handles Jamie’s hair and makeup for video shoots and as well as some of the members. Meanwhile, Chris Suttle endorses S.I.T. strings while Aaron Farrier endorses Aquarian Drum Heads, Bosphorus Cymbals, and Sic-Skinz Drum Wraps.
Now, after the release of critically acclaimed EPs and singles, Jamie Suttle is poised to branch out and share her effortless, emotive music with an ever growing audience.