Why isn't Motown legend and Edisto native James Jamerson in the S.C. Hall of Fame?
He grooved for years in the Snake Pit at Motown Records laying down the bassline for hit after hit, song after song. For performers like Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, the Four Tops, the Jackson 5, the Supremes, and Smokey Robinson, his bass playing was essential. You've heard him on classics like "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," "Bernadette," "For Once in My Life," and countless others. But to the rest of the world, he was an uncredited studio musician — one with an unmistakable bass-playing style