Scott Jamison


Scott Jamison was born and raised in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. His high school rudimental influences stemmed from many instructors that include Kevin Welborn, Ryan Saul, Tony Lymon, and Matt Little. From the fall of 2003 through the spring of 2007, he attended school at The University of Southern Mississippi. While there, he was primarily taught by Dr. John Wooton and was an active participant in the Symphony Orchestra, Symphonic Winds, Wind Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, Steel Pan Orchestra, and The Pride of Mississippi Marching Band. He was a co-captain of the drumline in 2005 and was the drum captain in 2006, while serving as the 2006 Presser Foundation Scholarship Recipient. During his time at Southern Miss, he was also a drumline instructor for the All-Superior Oak Grove High School Marching Band. In the summer of 2006, he had the distinct pleasure of performing with the Capital Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps. During this time, he received direct instruction from Matt Ramey, Brian Stevens, Glen Crosby, Murray Gusseck, and Ralph Hardimon.

Scott was accepted into The United States Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps in 2007. While in the corps, he has performed for thousands of civilians and servicemembers, to include Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama. He serves the corps both as a Snare Drum Instrumentalist and as a Maintenance Specialist for the Drumline. In 2010, he completed his Bachelor of Arts in Music from The University of Southern Mississippi, performed as a clinician at the First Annual Convention of the United States Association of Rudimental Drummers, and performed with The Old Guard at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention. He has also recently stemmed into the traditional rudimental drum scene by playing with the Civil War Troopers Fife and Drum Corps in 2010.

video of Scott Jamison playing on Loyal Drums

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