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he still has it

I just watched him perform Catch Me on VH1 and even after 14 years he still has that emotion to his songs that makes me want to stop and listen.

Jamie Walters- Rocks!

Mmmm. What a sexy voice. I just watched him perform "Catch Me" on VH1 Teen Idols, and he was amazing. I jumped onto Itunes to purchase his album. I wonder when he's going to put out a new album?

New album?

I've been watching VH1 confessions of a teen idol and I really hope that Jamie puts out some new music. His older stuff is great and if he sticks to his roots and keeps his sound updated he will do really well. It's probably good that he has 90210 behind him (where he did a great job but the story lines were brutal for him) so he can showcase his actual talent. I've been a fan since the heights and play a few of his songs on my guitar around the camp fire with friends and family. New album plus upbeat catchy tune plus Jamie Walters equals superstardom! His first album I know the game was solid and this album has a couple gems in it. Time to put out the next chapter.


Born: June 13, 1969 in Boston, MA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Although best known for his acting roles on TV and in movies (most notably his role of character Ray Pruit on Beverly Hills 90120), Jamie Walters is also a pop singer, having issued a pair of albums in the mid- to late '90s. Born on June 13, 1969, in the Marblehead suburb of Boston, MA, Walters first landed spots on TV commercials before getting work on programs (including Quantum Leap). It was for the brief TV show The Heights that Walters was asked to contribute a theme song, "How Do You Talk to...
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