Jamison combines Irish reels with rock, pop, and reggae and is Philadelphia's go-to Irish band.

"Zombie," by Dolores Mary O'Riordan
"The Devil Went Down to Georgia," written by Charlie Daniels and others.
"The Heights," written and performed by Jamison.
"The Most Irish Girl in America," written and performed by Jamison.

    Jamison combines the dynamism of foot-stomping Irish reels with fresh melodies and lyrics, mixed with reggae, pop, and rock. They play well-known covers in their own, high-energy style, and also perform original compositions.

    The members of Jamison are Frank Daly on vocals, acoustic guitar, tin whistle, and mandolin; John O'Callaghan on vocals, electric guitar, tin whistle, and mandolin; Sean Hick on electric guitar and vocals; Alice Marie on fiddle, viola, and vocals; and Dave Lynd on bass moog pedals, and vocals.

    Members of Jamison are regular guests of the local CBS and Fox channels in Philadelphia, helping the community celebrate Irish events and Irish music.

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