I compare his music to Ani's, even though Ani is not as nice as he is.

-- The Daily Exploit


Jeremy James is “a hallmark of songwriting talent (CE Skidmore, Glens Falls Post Star)” and “the real deal (Alan Bennett Ilagan, edgenewyork.com).” His songs are “startlingly direct and straightforwardly catchy (Metroland).”  Jeremy plays guitar and mandolin, and writes folk-rock songs about love, politics, growing up in the South, and Victorian novels.  

Jeremy grew up in Arkansas, hailing from the same county as Johnny Cash.  Jeremy is a direct descendant of Jesse James.  He currently lives in Albany, New York, with his husband and a clowder of cats.  He has been a presence on the Capital Region music scene for years and has garnered both local and national attention. He has toured all over the Northeast, performing at Caffe Lena, Valentine’s, Easton Mountain, Capital Pride, Union College, Columbia University, and many other locations.  His songs are often featured on WEXT, WRPI, WEQX, and Internet radio stations. 

Jeremy has released four independent albums so far.  His album Landlocked was ranked as one of the top 10 albums of 2007 by OutVoice, a national chart of releases by LGBT musicians. 

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A cool sounding guitar and honest vocals make Allegiance the perfect rebellion song.

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