Jeremiah is a BMI Awarding winning songwriter, “Dad” to two energetic elementary school kids, worship pastor, traveling singer/songwriter and artist. He is best known for penning hit worship song, What A Savior, recorded by Grammy Award winning recording artist Laura Story. Written for his local church, What a Savior was recorded by Story in 2009 for the Catalyst Music Project and re-cut for her record Blessings, which held the top spot on Billboards Christian and Folk charts in the summer of 2012. What a Savior reached #5 on Billboards Christian songs and continues to be added to worship sets across the country.
After a long season of touring throughout the U.S. on his first indie release Mighty River, Jeremiah has devoted much of the last few years writing songs in Nashville, leading worship at his local church in Florida and traveling the U.S. sharing his music. He has had songs recorded by Audio Adrenaline (Miracles) and the current radio single from Carrollton (Shelter) as well as numerous cuts by independent artist from Nashville.
Mighty River- 2012 Produced by critically acclaimed, multiple Dove Award winning and Grammy Winning songwriter and producer Ed Cash, Mighty River is a modern worship record that infuses Jeremiah’s love for roots music. Highlights include the title track, Mighty River in addition to theopening track, In the Arms. Taken in its entirety, this 11 song album combines an appreciation for songcraft with an ear for the local congregation.
Songs of Note:
-What A Savior, on Laura Storys hit record Blessings; charted #5 on Billboard Christian Songs summer 2012, has been a top 150 CCLI worship song, still in rotation nationally on commercial radio and in churches.
-Miracles,track 5 on Audio Adrenaline’s upcoming spring of 2015 release.
-Shelter, current Carrollton radio single (Fall of 2017).