Composer - Musician - Producer
Jamison Hollister is a film and television composer, multi instrumentalist musician and music producer. His unique approach and mastery of many instruments has earned him the moniker "the one man orchestra." Jamison's passion and interest in storytelling through sound and music allow him innovative and effective collaboration with filmmakers and artists alike.
In 2017, Jamison wrote the original score for the new ABCd show "American Koko," produced by Oscar Winner Viola Davis. In film, he scored the Award winning film "He Could've Gone Pro." He has also contributed music to the upcoming Del Shores film "A Very Sordid Wedding," as well as score for the upcoming film "Jesus and Jimmy Ray." His music is also featured in several high end music libraries and can be heard on several shows and networks, such as ABC, A&E, AMC, Bravo, CW, CBS, Esquire, FYI, History, ID Discovery, MTV, NBC, Nat. Geo., TLC and USA.
As a musician, Jamison has played pedal steel, fiddle, mandolin, dobro and guitar on the hit television shows American Idol, The Voice, Later with Jools and Glee. He has performed, recorded and toured with artists such as Dwight Yoakam, John Fogerty, Blake Shelton, Lisa Marie Presley, Charlie Worsham, Brandy Clark, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Jimbo Mathus, Levi Kreiss, Dent May, Shannon McNally, The Walcotts and more. His travels have taken him across the U.S. and Canada, as well as to Europe, Australia and Asia. He has played at Carnegie Hall in NYC, Ronnie Scotts in London, The Blue Note in Tokyo, The Ryman and The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, and the Nokia Theatre in LA.
Jamison is based in Los Angeles.