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Jamie Webster Plays The Scala In London

Jamie Webster Plays The Scala In London

Another exciting night for us in London, this time, with the incredible Jamie Webster. Jamie is exactly what you’d expect from any British artist – from chants to pints of beer. He started the show with high energy, coming out on stage with his arms open, ready to embrace the entire crowd. Full of great vibes and a crowd that screamed every lyric, you can’t feel more at home than at a Jamie Webster concert. The crowd itself was so diverse, every gender and a plethora of age groups showed up to rock out and enjoy some proper British music.

Jamie released his debut album We Get By back in 2020, and has only been growing ever since. He will be releasing his new album Moments on Friday the 28th of January 2022, which you can pre-order on his website now! So keep your eyes peeled for any new Jamie tracks coming your way. Jamie Webster has had no issue getting himself comfortable in the charts either. Jamie sings from the heart and you can really feel it in his shows. The experience is like no other.

Being able to witness the crowd sing along to every word and start their own chants between songs, even getting Jamie involved, was a sight to see. Not a single beat was missed. Everyone was full of joy and we’re all still just ecstatic that concerts are back! To sum it all up, everyone needs to see at least one Jamie Webster gig in their lifetime. You won’t regret it.

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