The son of the traveling Pentecostal minister, singer/songwriter Regie Hamm began playing music because the drummer in his father’s backing band. Selecting he could no more deal with lifestyle on the highway, Hamm left house to review music in a junior university in Cleveland, TN. After departing university, his songwriting efforts began to pay back and the next years would find his music getting recorded by famous brands Kenny Loggins, Bob Carlisle, Maxi Priest, and Jaci Velasquez. Even while, Hamm continuing honing his functionality skills, and after many failed attempts to start out a recording profession with a music group, Hamm made a decision to try his good luck as a single artist in the first ’90s. He released his debut single Compact disc, American Dreams, in 2003.