Lead Singer, Keyboard
Marsha Jamison, founder of the band, is truly a shining star. Crowds always love seeing her in full performance mode, and the band couldn’t be happier to have such an incredible singer up on stage. Getting her start in church, Marsha would give gospel concerts throughout Ohio before moving to Florida. As a Real Estate Agent and the owner of her own company, Timely Concierge, she has time to work on her music and keep things fresh with the songs people love. With three adult children and eight grandchildren, music helps Marsha stay young to keep up with her growing family.
"I love people, music and seeing smiling faces as they dance and sing along" Marsha
Lead Guitarist, Vocalist, Bass
Kevin has been performing in the SWFL area since 2013. He continues to play with his duo “K2 & the Unusuals,” and can be seen with numerous bands and at solo shows
throughout the area. But for Kevin, playing with fun, quality musicians like everyone in Limited Edition is the continuation of his love for music and sharing it with as many people as possible.
Prior to arriving in Florida he worked in Nashville, TN, toured with recording artist Shelby Lynne, wrote/recorded numerous songs performed by various artists including Johnny Cash, had a book published “The Best Jokes Minnie Pearl Ever Told” (Thomas Nelson) and has many TV show credits with TNN, ESPN, FS1 and Fox Regional Sports. A move to Nashville in 1998 put him in front of and behind the camera as head writer and sketch performer for TNN’s hit TV series “Nashville Now” and as an on-air personality for their Starcatcher live satellite remote interviewing celebrities like Kenny Rogers, the Kentucky Headhunters, Ronnie Millsap and many more as well as appearing as a solo act and instrumentalist on the network.
Prior to moving to Nashville he worked on staff for USO celebrity tours where he musical directed/cast/hosted and performed on five international Miss USA tours,
travelled with celebrity production shows including Bob Hope, comedian Foster Brooks, opening act for Kansas, bassist for Loretta Lynn and many more. These tours were the entrée to his relationship with TNN and his career in television.
Kevin has also dedicated more than 20 years as a Contemporary Worship Leader/Director and video director for churches in Nashville and Fort Myers.
Keyboards, Bass, Vocalist, Accordion
Steve was born into a musical family. His dad ran a successful band, and in addition to playing dances and recording for the Decca/Universal label, also had a weekly Midwest syndicated TV show, the Dick Rodgers Show. This was Steve’s premiere into the music limelight. At the age of 3, Steve sat in front of his dad’s band with his toy trumpet on his dad’s TV show.
Steve began taking piano lessons at the age of 8 and followed up with trumpet in the local grade school. Beside keyboards and trumpet, Steve also plays bass guitar, guitar, saxophone, clarinet, drums, accordion, and concertina that he would perform professionally in various groups.
Steve’s rock music career stared in 7th grade as a bass player and then keyboard player with “Emotional Reaction”. He also later performed on keyboards with 89th Congress, Bishop, Rodgers and Friends, Live At Nine, AKA, and Shipwreck.
Steve, throughout his career, has performed, recorded, composed, and arranged music. Steve has performed on numerous albums, in a range of styles from rock, country, polka, and gospel. In 2007, Steve, as a NARAS nominee, was honored to attend the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
Beyond his professional performing groups, Steve has been a member of various church musical groups, a school solo and ensemble volunteer accompanist, a Community Band ensemble member, and a volunteer in a Brass Choir that goes to nursing homes and others.
Steve’s lifetime passion is music and he is thrilled to be a member of Limited Edition here in Florida.
Bass Guitarist, Vocalist
Born in Central Jersey, Drew began playing live rock music venues at the Jersey shore in the early seventies. He moved to California in 1976 where the West Coast Vibe reveled a more open style of music. During that time, he played in various cover bands and bands that played originals, doing studio work playing all genre of music styles. In 1977, Drew did his first road tour up the California coast to Canada with an 8 piece horn band called Clean Slate and discovered Funk music, Slapp bass and the Groove. Undoubtedly this helped him shape and form his modern urban funky rock style and sound that you will hear him play.
In 1979, he started his first music business called M.A.D. Dog Production where he critiqued local garage bands and helped them grow & booked them in various local venues in Central California. With a new focus being a song writer of original music, Drew continued to do what he loved by performing locally and building a community of musicians.
In 1986, Drew moved back to the Jersey shore but when he couldn't find work as a bassist, invested in a P.A. sound system and hired himself out to any local bands that needed a sound system with great success, staying connected to the music scene. In 1990, he did some soul searching and was involved with various churches in South Jersey doing praise and worship music, leading, directing, and supporting the commitment.
From 2000 Drew did a lot of studio session work in a south Jersey studio called New Moon Music and has been performing on stages in the south Jersey area, appearing with many well known local artists playing the Casino venues and local bars & restaurants before moving to South West Florida in 2017.
I consider myself a late bloomer. I started playing drums at the age of 12 fueled by the British invasion. Growing up in Brooklyn, NY, there was not much to do so I started playing the drums as a hobby to pass the time. I learned to play mainly by listening to songs and studying different drummers. At a time when every kid wanted to be in a band, I got to jam with my friends and really find my own voice as a musician.
I moved to New Jersey in the "Summer of 69", (pun intended) and played in a few garage bands. Playing with a variety of artists and musicians helped me improve my craft. After high school, I took a break from the music, got married, got divorced, and after a while, slowly finding myself and finding my way back to music slowly got back to the music.
When I remarried, we moved to Florida not realizing there was a
great music scene here. I started making contacts and started filling in for several area bands. After I was asked to fill-in for a few gigs with Limited Edition, I've been with the band ever since. Limited Edition is a great group of musicians and always an experience to work with never a dull moment.