Friday, March 17, 2017

Indie Ville TV #129 Jamie Meyer Nominated for Indie Music Video of the Year

Written by K.L.Graham
Indieville Catches Up With Last Year's Swedeheart Jamie Meyer    

Jamie Meyer, one of Nashville's favorite Swede's is back with his new EP "Miss This Town."

We caught up with him and got a few answers on all the excitement for the new EP.

With songs like "Miss This Town," "Live to die another day, "Found Heaven on a Dirt Road," and "Somebody's Somebody" among others, Mr. Meyer does seem to have a favorite...

"My personal favorites changes on daily basis, but the response for Holy Ground To Me, is undeniable. It made an impact and connected with people all the way from Hising Island, Sweden (my home) to Long Island, NY!"

Jamie is excited to be back in Nashville recording with his friends at Omni Studios as well as all of his colleagues back home in Sweden.

 "It was recorded & Produced by Jimmy Mattingly & Johnny Garcia at Sound Emporium & Omni Studios in Nashville. Holy Ground & Miss This Town was recorded by Håkan Mjörnheim in Stockholm, Sweden. Also I have to give a big shout out to Jim Cooley who mixed most of the tracks!"

The biggest question though is, is the EP and title track about his beloved Nashville or Sweden?

Jamie says: "It's strange because at first it was obviously about my home town and tryin' to move on after the huge loss of my Grandparents. But lately it has become my Anthem for people and friends in Nashville. I always dedicate that song to Nashville in concert because moving to Music City helped in the healing process."

Healing through music and living it up in Music City has led Jamie to happiness, and acclaim. So what's next you ask?

 "Man, just go with the flow, Right! And enjoy the journey! I'm also planning on a Live Christmas EP 2017."

You can download "Miss This Town" on Spotify.  You can also see more of the Swedish heartthrob at and on instagram @jamiemeyermusic.

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