Celebrity clubbers and international producers have been mesmerized by the magnetic vocals, stellar performances and song writing talents of Australia’s Diva Down Under, Jamie Lee Wilson. The all-class Australian beauty has been topping charts across the world and wowing international audiences with her electrifying gigs, becoming the voice of choice for producers worldwide. With the big city lights calling, fresh off the plane from performing in Switzerland, Amsterdam, Japan, New Zealand and Australia. Wilson places her success down to perseverance, a real passion for music and a hard-working Aussie attitude.
Jamie Lee has a string of successful collaborations under her belt with some of the biggest names in the business. She has collaborated with ASCAP pop award and 2 time Grammy Nominated songwriter and producer Tommy Faragher, Grammy Winner Dj/Producer Roger Sanchez, Grammy Nominated House Music pioneer Todd (The God) Terry, Grammy Nominated hit electronic music producers Sultan & Ned Shepard, Grammy Nominated Joachim Garraud, Grammy Nominated Stonebridge, Grammy Nominated Dave Audé, Grammy Nominated Bob Sinclar, Brazils #1 Mario Fischetti, and vocal superstar Chris Willis to name a few.
Rising through the ranks on her quest for world domination, Jamie Lee has performed at festivals including Creamfields, Summerfieldayze, performed live on Good Morning Australia, live on radio in Europe, New Zealand and Australia, supported the likes of Kelly Rowland, Salt n Pepa, James Morrison, performed at F*#k Me I’m Famous at Pacha Ibiza for David Guetta, supported Kaskade, CeCe Peneston in Amsterdam, Steve Aoki in Japan, Carl Cox at Brixton Academy in London, The Freemasons, Junior Jack, and The Shapeshifters in London.
Jamie Lee is currently composing music for a major feature film, has upcoming singles on Ministry of Sound UK, Tiger Records and Audacious Records. She had a #1 on Track It Down for over 4 weeks with her single “Promise Me” which also hit top 10 on Beatport, she was recently nominated for Film Clip of the Year at the NIMA awards with “Tomorrows Heroes”, and hit #1 on the radio charts with “Would Not Change a Thing”. “Your Love” with Kid Kenobi & Justin Hunter remained in the top 10 Aria Club Charts for 6 weeks consecutively, reached #2 on the Kiss FM chart and is now playing on both RAGE and Channel V, “Get What You Give” with Alex Kenji & Manuel De La Mare, out on Spinnin Records peaked at #17 on the Progressive House chart on Beatport, “Where You Are” released on Japan’s Sushi Records hit #3 on the Beatport Charts, “Stop The World” with Ralph Good released on Warner Music and Kontor Records, reached #3 on the EDM charts in Canada, featured on Beatport top 100 house charts, Berlin Fashion Week official compilation and Kontor House of House compilation. Jamie Lee has handcrafted a niche brand all of her own with singles like “Black Rain”; written with American house legend, Ron Carroll for which Jamie produced the Naked Remix, which debuted on Cr2 Records. “I Think I’m In Love” with the Futuristic Polar Bears signed to Universal Music, ‘Champagne Nights’ with the Stafford Brothers, released on Ministry of Sound, “Can You Feel Me” signed to Universal Music reached Number 5 on the Australian radio charts and came out on “Pump It” Volume 4 compilation which peaked at number 3 on the Aria Charts. Jamie Lee is a finalist in the worlds #1 Songwriting Competition ISC and the QLD Music Awards. A number of Jamie’s tracks also feature on Australian television, including drama series “Packed To The Rafters” and “Fashion TV” airing across the world. Jamie also co-wrote and recorded the new anthem for the Real Madrid Football Club with the Stafford Brothers.
Best of all her talents don’t stop there; Jamie holds a degree in music from The Conservatorium of Music, majoring in Jazz Voice. Her radio show “Just Wanna Dance” featured prime time on Saturday evenings and Jamie Lee has hosted fashion, music and television events. Adding to her extensive list of credentials are some of the world’s top labels including Universal Music, Warner Music, Spinnin Records, Blackhole Records, Kontor Records, Tiger Records, Nervous Records, Ministry of Sound, Hotfingers, Audacious and Cr2.