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Phil Jamieson Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
Phil Jamieson Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

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Catherine
January 16th 2024
Great show
Brisbane, Australia@
Felons Barrel Hall
Karsten
January 13th 2024
Phil jamieson was excellent coupled with his support act Emilee south. A somewhat rare intimate evening with a great crowd and premises.
Bellara, Australia@
Bribie Island Hotel
Mellanie
August 7th 2023
Amazing from start to finish!!! Venue was fantastic aswell so we're staff! The energy and vibes if the whole show were the best!!!!!!
Forster, Australia@
Lakes & Ocean Hotel
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About Phil Jamieson

Phil is best known as the frontman of alternative band Grinspoon. The band was the first band ever unearthed by the ABC Youth Radio Network Triple J. The first single was called Sickfest, lifted off their EP Green. Grinspoon has been together for 18 years, and have just released their new album ‘Black Rabbits’ late 2012. He also co-wrote the Unwritten Law songs She Says and Because of you with Scott Russo.
Phil also made contribution to the song 'I heard the fire sing' for the dirty deeds soundtrack. In 2005 Phil also won best male performer in the Jack Awards and together with Grinspoon won their first ARIA.
In 2005, Phil was a guest vocalist on part three ("I'm Losing You") of supergroup The Wrights' cover of Stevie Wright's (lead singer of The Easybeats) classic Evie (Parts 1, 2 and 3). The first part was first performed at the 2004 ARIA awards. The supergroup features members of many other Australian rock bands.
Jamieson brought the sounds of Grinspoon to millions on the world stage in March 2006, playing live at the Melbourne Cricket Ground for the closing ceremony of the Melbourne 2006 XVIII Commonwealth Games.
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No upcoming shows in your city
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Concerts and tour dates

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All Concerts & Live Streams
Phil Jamieson's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Catherine
January 16th 2024
Great show
Brisbane, Australia@
Felons Barrel Hall
Karsten
January 13th 2024
Phil jamieson was excellent coupled with his support act Emilee south. A somewhat rare intimate evening with a great crowd and premises.
Bellara, Australia@
Bribie Island Hotel
Mellanie
August 7th 2023
Amazing from start to finish!!! Venue was fantastic aswell so we're staff! The energy and vibes if the whole show were the best!!!!!!
Forster, Australia@
Lakes & Ocean Hotel
View More Fan Reviews

About Phil Jamieson

Phil is best known as the frontman of alternative band Grinspoon. The band was the first band ever unearthed by the ABC Youth Radio Network Triple J. The first single was called Sickfest, lifted off their EP Green. Grinspoon has been together for 18 years, and have just released their new album ‘Black Rabbits’ late 2012. He also co-wrote the Unwritten Law songs She Says and Because of you with Scott Russo.
Phil also made contribution to the song 'I heard the fire sing' for the dirty deeds soundtrack. In 2005 Phil also won best male performer in the Jack Awards and together with Grinspoon won their first ARIA.
In 2005, Phil was a guest vocalist on part three ("I'm Losing You") of supergroup The Wrights' cover of Stevie Wright's (lead singer of The Easybeats) classic Evie (Parts 1, 2 and 3). The first part was first performed at the 2004 ARIA awards. The supergroup features members of many other Australian rock bands.
Jamieson brought the sounds of Grinspoon to millions on the world stage in March 2006, playing live at the Melbourne Cricket Ground for the closing ceremony of the Melbourne 2006 XVIII Commonwealth Games.
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