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Jamie Teachenor is an award-winning, multi-platinum singer, songwriter, and producer who has written songs for and recorded with major artists such as Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Trace Adkins, Montgomery Gentry, Trisha Yearwood, Joey + Rory, Gretchen Wilson, Vince Gill, Warrant, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and rock-n-roll legend, Jerry Lee Lewis.


Teachenor has performed for millions on ABC's "Good Morning America," the CBS "Early Show," Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” and the "Grand Ole Opry.”  Teachenor has been featured in many widely-known publications such as, Billboard Magazine, Rolling Stone, People Magazine, USA Today, Country Weekly,,,; and his songs have been in multiple movies and books, including "Chicken Soup for the Soul," Country Music Edition (2013) and he was the featured artist in the 2013 Tennessee Vacation Guide.


Jamie has released multiple albums, EPs & singles, including: "Teachenor Clark’s "Never Gonna Stand For This" (2010); his debut album, "The Departure" (2012); "Waiting Room – EP" (2013)–charting in the US & UK; "Lo-Fi" "Lo-Fidelity" (2014)–producing 2 top 10 singles in the US & Europe–"Vintage Heart" (featuring Vince Gill) which was also a top 25 single in Japan, and "When You're Over Me"; "Suitcases" (2016); and his album with the Air Force Academy Band - Wild Blue Country, "Here We Are" (2016) and Wild Blue Country's debut radio single, "Here We Are" (2018).  Jamie has memorabilia on display in the International Rock-a-Billy Hall of Fame, the Clement Railroad Museum's "Heritage in Music" exhibit, and is spotlighted as a "Tennessee Iconic Musician" by the Southern Museum of Music.


Teachenor is the son of Rock-A-Billy Hall of Famer, Jim Teachenor and is married to best-selling author/novelist, Jen Teachenor.  Jamie has been described by renowned Rolling Stone contributor & music editor, Larry Nager, as "The arrival of a strikingly original talent," and describing Teachenor's own piano-based version of Southern Indie Soul Rock, states he is, “full of raw emotion and unrivaled conviction,” “Teachenor has truly been given a genre-less gift.”

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