Jamie Freeman is a singer, songwriter, musician and producer who previously fronted The Jamie Freeman Agreement. He is the brother of the actor Martin Freeman and the musician Tim Freeman. He and his wife Stevie co-founded Union Music Store in Lewes, East Sussex. He is a member of the Americana Music Association and Americana Music Association UK. His song 'The Fire' - co-written with Ben Glover - was nominated for UK Song Of The Year at the UK Americana Awards.
Freeman's primary instrument is guitar but he is also a drummer. He started drumming at the age of 13 and played with Brighton rockers Salter Cane for eight years. He usually plays electric and acoustic guitar, and a kick-drum when playing solo. In the studio he also plays keyboards, bass, lap steel and percussion.
He played with Frazier Chorus as a member of the touring band, and performed on their third album Wide Awake, released on the Pure label.
His 2019 album Dreams About Falling features co-writes with Angaleena Presley, Ben Glover, Michael Logen, Brandy Zdan, Amy Speace and Amy Tudor. The album also features duets with Angaleena Presley, Brandy Zdan and Amy Speace.