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""Kill Freeman”" (Born Jamie Freeman, 5 November 1983), is a British/American musician based in London, England. His first official release ‘Wanted’, is a collaboration with Polish visual artists Dorota Stanczyk and backed Dave Lichtenstein (son of Roy Lichtenstein). Recorded at 25th Street Recording, California US, 'Wanted' is released on Palila Records in Japan.
Freeman suffered a temporary loss of hearing between the ages 10 years and 11 years old. After three operations he regained 87% of his hearing but needed to attend speech therapy to relearn pronunciation but lost his American accent. After returning home to Southminster, Essex, he was given a range of music and musical instruments from friends and family. He is self-taught guitarist, singer, saxophonist, pianist, drummer and producer.
Over the last ten years, Kill Freeman travelled and recorded in multiple countries, Peru, Japan, India, Australia, France, Germany and United States of America, developing his sound. Influences are noted to included musicians such as John Martyn, Jeff Buckley, John Butler, Thom Yorke, Tool and Erkin Koray.
Kill Freeman has appeared in the art-house movie Djin Bird - Entoptic directed by Boris Levy and Andrey Zouarii.
- '’Wanted (2015)
In 2014, Kill Freeman ran a successful Kickstarter project to fund his first recordings and the music video 'Wanted'. Notable backer, Dave Lichtenstein (son of Roy Lichtenstein, was an early supporter. 
Awards and nominations
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- Music Crowns. "Kickstarting Kill Freeman independently. Help fund the New Record, Video and Live Shows.". Musiccrowns. http://www.musiccrowns.org/rock-music-crown/kill-freeman/.
- Eliot Classen. "Mayhem Festival shows off best of Oakland music.". DalyCal. http://www.dailycal.org/2014/11/20/mayhem-festival-shows-best-oakland-music/.
- Jan Himmighofen. "Crowdfunding as a business model in the music industry.". Jan Himmighofen. http://fr.slideshare.net/janhimmighofen/jan-himmighofen-2-mus77hmusic-business-managementfinal-project.
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