Jamie Muhoberac

Jamie Muhoberac
American session keyboardist with numerous credits. He is best known for his work with Seal and Was (Not Was).


Jamie has worked with acts including The All-American Rejects, Fleetwood Mac, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Backstreet Boys, Chris Cornell, Paradise Lost, Bowling For Soup, Eric Prydz, Genesis, Ofra Haza and Pet Shop Boys. He has often worked with producer Trevor Horn, including for Seal and Rod Stewart. In recent years, he has worked with Jane's Addiction, Avenged Sevenfold, Sum 41, Joe Cocker, Phil Collins, John Mayer, Front Line Assembly, My Chemical Romance, Jon Hassell, Lasso[9] and John Sykes. Kid Harpoon said of him, "I know Jamie Muhoberac; he's one of the best keyboard players in the world and has played with everyone."
His first tour was with Was (Not Was). He was Seal's musical director in the 1990s.
He has had a writing partnership with Carmen Rizzo.  They co-wrote Paul Oakenfold's 2002 single "Southern Sun", which reached #16 in the UK singles chart. They also co-wrote multiple songs on Delerium's 2003 album Chimera, including the single "Truly", which reached #54 in the UK.
He played live with John Doe in 2002. In 2019, he became the touring keyboardist for My Chemical Romance. In 2022, he also toured with John Mayer.



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