Jamie Woon

Jamie Woon ( born March 29, 1983) is a British singer. Musically, he is somewhere between soul, R & B and deep house.


Woon has a very musical background. His mother Mae McKenna is a Celtic folk singer and has been involved as a background singer with many hits the big stars of Blur on Kylie Minogue to Michael Jackson. His uncle Hugh McKenna of Sensational Alex Harvey is keyboardist band. Woon himself was 15 years old the first time a band, and attended the renowned artist blacksmith BRIT School.

Attention to the first time on he made in 2006 with a self-produced recording of folk songs The Wayfaring Stranger. A remix on his debut single comes from Dubstepper Burial. BBC DJ Gilles Peterson took woon's version on one of his compilation albums.

This was followed by singing posts for other musicians and another compilation post, before starting his own second single titled Night Air produced in 2010 and released on his own label. At the end of the song made ​​it into the Top 75 in the UK charts and earned him a contract with Polydor. From music experts he was then in the BBC's Sound of 2011 poll, which predicts the breakthrough for the following year, selected at No. 4.

Woon's debut album Mirrorwriting published in April 2011.


His single " Night Air " can be heard in the sixth episode of the second season of the U.S. series How to Make It in America.



  • The Wayfaring Stranger (2006)
  • Night Air (2010)
  • Lady Luck ( 2011)


  • Mirror Writing ( 2011)