Jamie Scott was first signed when he was 20-years-old to Sony Music. He spent three years making an album which was never released, but did spore two UK top 40 singles 'Just' and 'Searching'. After leaving the newly merged Sony BMG, Scott went on to sign a record deal with Polydor Records, and in 2007 released the album 'Park Bench Theories' which sold over 100,000 records world-wide. Scott then formed Graffiti6 with producer/writer Tommy D and in 2011 the pair sold over 150,000 copies of debut album 'Colours', mainly having success in the US after various TV syncs - including Grey's anatomy and CSI New York. Graffiti6 self-released their follow up album 'The Bridge' in 2013 and soon after parted ways.
Scott went on to write and record his first solo album since 2007's Park Bench Theories. It was titled 'My Hurricane' and was the first release on his own record label Catherine Records. The album was self-penned, except from a collaboration with Ron Sexsmith called 'Bloodstains and Movies', and 'Gold' - a duet with Christina Perri.
Scott ended his last tour in 2014 with two sold-out shows at The Troubadour in LA, after playing three nights at The Rosebowl, just him and his guitar, as a support act for One Direction. Scott has performed his music on the Late Show with David Letterman and Conan and Kimmel to name a few, and has toured with the likes of Ryan Adams, Alicia Keys, Take That and One Republic.
In 2017 Scott featured on a track with David Guetta & Martin Garrix called 'So Far Away'.