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Jamie Mitchell (musician)

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Jamie Mitchell (aka Benjamin Mitchell Bertman) (born January 5, 1970) is an American musician and composer. Mitchell was born in the Bronx, New York, raised primarily in Southern California, and lived the early years of his life in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Africa, where his parents were in the Peace Corps. As the guitarist of Scaterd Few, HR. Human Rights (Featuring H.R. of Bad Brains), Vengeance Rising and Transultra, Mitchell composed music, recorded albums and toured. Mitchell was a guest guitarist on Applehead, Greg Minier's (of The Crucified) first solo record. After leaving Scaterd Few due to conflicts with singer Ramald Domkus, Mitchell became the touring guitarist with H.R. playing with such acts as General Public, Eek-a-Mouse and Sublime. His primary instrument is the guitar, but he also plays bass guitar, drums and produces other artists. In 2003, Mitchell started the film/music company Beachwood Cottage Film and Music producing such films as Che Guevarra, Everybody Dies and episodes of Fox/Fuel's Stupidface. In November 2004, in response to the detainment of Dr. Aung San Suu Kyi, MTV began airing commercials for Amnesty International's "Campaign For Burma" which featured the song "Closer", written by Jamie Mitchell with producer Mitch Rellas, replacing Coldplay's "How Long Must I Wait". "Closer" has also appeared on several television series including Life on NBC. Mitchell has written music for many films and TV shows including: The Shield, Life, Fightzone Presents, From a Place of Darkness and Red Canvas, for which he received awards for "best soundtrack" and "best action sequence" at the 2008 Action on Film Festival. Recently Mitchell edited the music video for "Fades Like a Photograph", and produced the video for "No Love" for the band Filter.


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