Jamie Lenman

Alternative rock, Guitarist

1982 –


Who is Jamie Lenman?

Jamie Edward Lenman is an English musician and illustrator best known as the lead singer and guitar player in the British alternative rock trio Reuben, which he fronted between 1998 and 2008. He was a founding member of the band along with bassist Jon Pearce and was also the main songwriter for the band. He released a solo album on 4 November 2013. Between 2008 and 2013, he has been an illustrator for Dr Who Magazine, The Guardian and other freelance projects.

Lenman has been in and out of bands since his early teenage years, including several alongside Jon Pearce. Lenman and Pearce eventually formed the band Angel with drummer and producer Jason Wilson. After a demo release and prior to their Pilot, the band changed drummers and renamed themselves Reuben, shortened from the title of their track 'Words from Reuben'. With Reuben, Lenman released four albums, three of which were studio albums; the fourth was a compilation of B-sides and rarities recorded across Reuben's career, released after their 2008 hiatus.

Reuben went on indefinite hiatus in June 2008 due to a "culmination of different pressures".

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Nov 9, 1982
Also known as
  • Lenman, Jamie
  • United Kingdom

on July 23, 2013


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