Jamie Hartmann Homs hails from the entertainment-industry-centric, Southern California, where she was raised by rock band parents, graduated from the Orange County School of the Arts and studied Theatre Arts at California State University Fullerton… You could say performing is in her blood.  She has studied dance, singing and acting from an early age, and her impressive vocal range garnered her roles ranging from operetta sopranos to brassy belters in professional theatre productions throughout the region while still in school: Les Miserables (Eponine) and Pirates of Penzance (Mabel) at Fullerton CLO; Annie Get Your Gun (Annie) and Thoroughly Modern Millie (Millie) at Performance Riverside; Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Jesus Christ Superstar (Mary Magdalene), and Anything Goes (Reno) at the Curtis Theatre, Brea; and Sweeney Todd (Johanna) at Victoria Gardens.


After college, Jamie immediately landed a contract with Celebrity Cruises, traveling the world and performing as the lead vocalist in 4 different show ranging from Broadway music, Pop, Rock, Opera, and classic Standards with over 700 performances. Upon moving to NY, she joined AEA and has continued regional theatre work in shows such as Funny Girl (Emma, Fanny Brice u/s) at Riverside Theatre in Florida as well as performing evenings of original material for composers such as the show “Picture Perfect” by Scott Evan Davis in cabaret venues throughout the city and in Los Angeles.  On the larger concert scene, Jamie has been a soloist for both the Long Beach Symphony and South Coast Symphony orchestras alongside such Broadway performers as Tony-winners and nominees: Michael Maguire, Susan Egan, Matthew Morrison, Danny Gurwin, Janine Divita, Richard Blake, and Bradley Dean. She has been on several albums including The Theory Conspiracy. 

She currently lives in NYC and works as a studio singer/studio vocal coach and a bandleader. She is involved in many projects including The New York Harmonics and Odyssey.