Jamieson Trotter

JAMIESON TROTTER attended school at California Institute of the Arts, learning from the great bass player Charlie Haden. He has also studied with Joe LaBarbera, Larry Koonse, and even the harmonically challenging Waddada Leo Smith (formerly of the Chicago Art Ensemble). His hands have played small roles in a few movies. He was Val Kilmer's piano hands in "The Salton Sea," and Debra Winger's coach for "Eulogy" with Ray Ramano. He wrote, co-produced, and played on Roxy Especial's debut release which mixed latin style with pop song forms right around the same time he was co-composing the lion's share of songs from Shira Myrow's "Slow Burner." Shortly after that, he co-wrote, produced, arranged, and played radio personality, Tera Bonilla's (of Movin' 93) lastest and greatest mix of old school sounding latin gems. Carol Bach y Rita and Mark Winkler both have critically acclaimed jazz albums with Jamieson's hands on keys. He is currently composing in a small room in Highland Park. Don't disturb him.

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