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Jeremy Johnson

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Artist Information

Genre: Indie-folk, alt-singer-songwriter
Hometown:
Evesham, Worcestershire, UK
Influences: Ben Howard, Tom Misch, Damien Rice, The Tallest Man on Earth

Sounds like: James Taylor, Elliott Smith

 

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Biography

British singer-songwriter Jeremy Johnson combines poetic narrative songwriting, sonorous vocals and accomplished guitar melodies in his powerful, intricately constructed music.

 

The songs Jeremy performs tell of hard won life experience, existential pondering and adventures of the heart, born from travels to all corners of our planet.  Jeremy weaves his music primarily through his extensive experience in different styles of guitar music overlain with a talent for vocal melody and musicality.  The seeds of his songwriting stretch back to 2009, given time to grow and mature, his fully formed compositions came to light in 2016 when Jeremy began exploring music as a full-time career.

“Jeremy is a stunning performer with lush songs and beautiful lyrics”

~ Andrew Marston // BBC Music

“Jeremy has sonority around his sound which spills from his passionate vocal delivery which sets him apart by a country mile”

~ Amelia Vandergast // A&R Factory

“Magical”  ~ Angelle Joseph // BBC Introducing

“You nearly had me in tears then, what a beautiful song!”  Jon Wright // BBC Radio