Jeremiah…the oldest of eleven siblings, from humble beginnings, husband, dad to two crazy kids, traveler, singer/songwriter, and worshiper who is stumbling through life like everybody else trying to take in the simple moments between chaos and grace.
“I’ve been writing songs for over 20 years and have found that to be one of the very few ways for me to find solace in a life that is full of struggle and pain, to express what I’m feeling about the world, faith and relationships…basically, it’s cheaper than therapy.”
Jeremiah is embarking on a new season of writing and travel. He is currently working to fund a new recording project (Dancing on the Ledge) via Kickstarter and hopes to be in the studio early 2018 for a late Spring release, his second since his 2013 release, Mighty River. The deadline for backing the Kickstarter is December 16th, 2017. If the project isn’t funded by the end of that day, Jeremiah won’t be able to move forward with the record!
“It’s been a few years since I left the full-time road life and it’s finally time to make a new record. After the last few years of living a somewhat normal day-to-day, I’m excited to release my best songs to date…and my prayer is to help whoever listens find a piece of themselves in the songs, to see there’s hope beyond our struggles, to take in the simple moments of this life and find the beauty in between the awe the apathy.”
He is a BMI Awarding winning songwriter, best known for penning hit worship song, What A Savior, recorded by Grammy Award winning recording artist Laura Story. 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.