Jamie Drake, Oh Well Oh Well Review
Jamie Drake is an indie folk songwriter that is making a name for herself with her poignant songwriting and angelic three octave ranged voice. Over the last few years, Drake has collaborated with the likes of Jim James (My Morning Jacket), Mikael Jorgensen (Wilco), and Moby. She’s also toured with accomplished performers such as Sara & Sean Watkins of Nickel Creek, J.S. Ondara, Shawn Colvin and The Lone Bellow. Her numerous film and TV credits include composing the theme for the CW series Life Sentence, and she has performed at major music events like SXSW in Austin, Musician’s Corner in Nashville, Jubilee: A Celebration of Jerry Garcia at The Ace Hotel in Los Angeles, and Folk Alliance International in Quebec. Noting her performance in a theatrical revue of 1960’s folk music, The New York Times stated, “Jamie Drake, embodying Judy Collins, quietly claims the show’s best moment with a revelatory version of ’Turn, Turn, Turn.’” Drake is preparing to release her debut album, Everything’s Fine, out September 20, 2019 via AntiFragile Music. Until then, she is giving us a preview with a new single titled, “‘Oh Well Oh Well.’
Oh Well Oh Well
Oh Well Oh Well (single)
Release Date: August 16, 2019
Drake’s lyrics are thoughtful and full of imagery.