Chris Jamison

About Chris Jamison

Vocalist Chris Jamison is a pop- and soul-influenced artist best known for competing on the seventh season of NBC's The Voice. A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Jamison participated in high school musicals and gained early performance experience as a member of the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera Academy. After high school, he enrolled at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio where he focused on earning his business degree and sang in a rock band. In September of 2014, he auditioned and was accepted for NBC's vocal competition show The Voice with his rendition of John Mayer's "Gravity." Shy at first, Jamison gained confidence over the show's successive weeks, and with encouragement from team coach Adam Levine, developed into a classic soul-style crooner. Despite his popularity, Jamison ultimately finished in third place. A compilation of Jamison's Voice performances, The Voice: The Complete Season 7 Collection, appeared in late 2014. ~ Matt Collar

Pittsburgh, PA, United States of America
June 6, 1994

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