Once in Nashville, Jamie quickly began making a name for himself as a songwriter, first appearing on the charts in 2005 with Blaine Larsen’s debut hit single, “How Do You Get That Lonely”, a song that is a powerful message about suicide. Teachenor has also had songs recorded by Joey & Rory, Kevin Denney, Gretchen Wilson, Montgomery Gentry, Trisha Yearwood, Trace Adkins, and Luke Bryan. He was presented with his first gold record in 2011, when Luke Bryan's "Doin' My Thing" album was certified gold. He is currently signed to a publishing deal with Sony/ATV Tree and continues to prove himself as a contender in the world of songwriting.
Teachenor has had the privilege of performing on ABC's "Good Morning America", the CBS "Early Show", the “Grand Ole Opry” live at both, the Opry House and the Historic Ryman Auditorium, CNN, MSNBC, The Laura Ingraham Show, "Muscle Shoals To Music Row", and the Legendary 650AM WSM Radio show. His songs have been featured in two movies, "One Angry Man" (2010) and “Season Of A Lifetime” (2011). Jamie's song "How Do You Get That Lonely", along with the story behind it, was included in the 2011 book release, "Chicken Soup For The Soul" Country Music Edition.
After dedicating an entire decade to honing his craft of songwriting, Jamie bridged the gap from exclusive songwriter to artist/producer. His aptly named debut album, The Departure, exposes the soul of this storyteller and his melting-pot-musical-roots and proves that Teachenor has truly been given a multi-genre gift and can appeal to listeners of every kind. His charismatic personality on-and-off stage, gives him the ability to continue to sell-out shows all around the country.
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