Great songs, at their core, tell the truth. And we've all got our go-to's. Ones that make us feel connected to a bigger story than our own. Whether it's needing to be reminded that we're not alone or when we need to put the windows down and sing at the top of our lungs, great songs take us to that place where life makes a little more sense.
Meet Jeremiah Jones. Hit songwriter and storyteller, known for delivering soul-baring performances armed only with an acoustic guitar and a gritty tenor. Audiences gravitate to his disarming and self-deprecating sense of humor while his songs invite the listener to better understand their own story...
"I believe the experience of sharing music is a deeply healing practice where songs become vehicles into the soul, illuminating, provoking and drawing out the truth within. Ultimately, I hope people don’t come away from a concert thinking about my story but about their own.
I prefer to use language that avoids cliches, dogma and propaganda and I’d want everyone from the atheist to the bible belt church goer to be able to access the music without feeling judged or dismissed, to invite listener to see themselves in the songs I sing."
Back from a five year hiatus away from the road, he's currently working on his second full-length studio record to be released in the Fall of 2018. His genre-blending songs encompass themes of love, loss and faith. The sound: a Georgia O'Keeffe desert landscape meets a well-aged Kentucky bourbon leaving you with the feeling of an unexpected call from an old friend. Being from the South, he hales from years of singing in church and draws on that experience in expressing his own thoughts on faith without being preachy. The new record is a telling of the last few years of travel, it's about leaving and coming home, finding hope in the unexpected.
Jeremiah is a BMI Awarding winning songwriter, best known for penning hit radio song, What A Savior, recorded by Grammy Award winning recording artist Laura Story. He's also had songs recorded by Audio Adrenaline (Miracles) and the hit radio single from Carrollton (Shelter), The Protest's current hit radio single (What Else You Got) as well as numerous cuts by independent country artists.
You can catch him on the road throughout the U.S. in 2018 and 2019.