DrewJam writes and performs rhythmic, catchy tunes with powerful, reflective lyrics.
His musical heritage is rooted in an Irish ancestry and a northern English upbringing; he is a strong vocalist, classically trained since childhood in piano and guitar.
DrewJam loves live performance above all else; he has gigged around London as a solo artist and in a duo. In the last two years he has explored the Hertfordshire music scene, performing at festivals and connecting with a growing audience, and releasing his original music.
His stage presence, style and technique is very much his own, though he has many musical influences inspiring his musical technique and songwriting, including Eric Clapton, Sting, Mark Knopfler, Neil and Tim Finn, U2, Paul Weller, Roddy Frame, Tom McRae, George Michael, Deacon Blue and many others.
DrewJam has an expanding catalogue of varied original songs, with strong soulful vocals, and performs most of the instrumentation on his recordings himself. His latest release, See You in England is an emotive piano based track about love, memories and the passing of time. It was recorded at North Hertfordshire's London Road studios, mixed and mastered by Max Hopwood, and features London-based saxophonist David Barrows, and North Hertfordshire drummer Kieran 'Mumble' Leigh. The song strikes a powerful reflective tone in the difficult times we're faced with and emerging from.
DrewJam regularly streams from his Facebook and Instagram pages, with regular YouTube videos, including a recent stream in aid of War Child's Coronavirus fund. Follow him on all the social media platforms to keep up with future releases.