Jean Claude Amedee was born in Micoud, St. Lucia. His love of music is very evident and he has a gift for songwriting and producing, and in his secular life, Jean-Claude was an avid lover and follower of the Calypso genre. He was a part-time writer for prominent calypsonians such as Morgie and Lord Believe Me.
He is currently involved in the ‘Gospel Revolution’ CD project in the capacity of writer, producer and artist. As well as his own song ‘I struck Gold’, he is the writer of ‘Never’ sung by Gilda Louisy.
Although Jean-Claude was born in Micoud, he later moved to Vieux Fort at the age of 12 years and took up residence in Derriere Morne with adopted parents after the death of his mother.
On completing his formal education at the then Vieux Fort Senior Secondary School, he joined the Royal St. Lucia Police Force in August 1982. After 31 years of dedicated service, he retired in 2013. He spent 20 years at the Police Academy as a Police trainer. His last attachment was at the Regional Security System (RSS) in Barbados. He is now employed with the St. Jude’s Hospital as the Security Manager.
After giving his life to the Lord in 2002, he decided to continue using his talent of songwriting for the glory and honour of God. He does not consider himself a singer par excellence but enjoys songwriting. His aim is to work with the talented singers of the Church in both group and solo capacities.