Oh, Jeremiah releases a cover of The National’s track “Bloodbuzz” from High Violet. He also has announced that he has wrapped up the recording of his album Our Very Own Kingdom. Hopefully there will be plenty of material like the above to hold us over until the album drops.
Oh, Jeremiah does a nice live cover of Josh Ritter’s “Change Of Time” featured on So Runs The World Away. Oh, Jeremiah’s Tall Tales And Tiny Fables is available now on iTunes. Click the link below and support excellent new music for your ears to hear.
Jeremiah Strickin, is a folk singer/song writer from Hattiesburg, MS. His debut album Tall Tales And Tiny Fables is the Prologue to the story of his life, a story he is still writing. Oh, Jeremiah, the name he performs under, is everything you look for in a folk artist. His honest song writing, unique voice, and delicate touch on his guitar makes him personable and endearing. If you like “Mississippi, I’m Yours” then check out the links to his album below.
PURCHASE : OH, JEREMIAH – TALL TAKES AND TINY FABLES
Latest offering from Heath McNease, inspired by his trip to America Lite…..
I just wanted to send you guys this link to my new collaboration with some guys I tour with who go by the name Free Daps. We recently toured through Canada, and encountered some pretty disheartening stuff. So we made a quick little folk/hip hop mashup of our experiences and we call it “American Snake Oil Salesmen Visit The Great White North”. Its a 7 track EP. It is raw, honest, and real. I hope you guys love it. Its also free! So go download it and share it with everyone. Also…feel free to make a donation if you would like to! Any support is appreciated. Feel free to like me on FACEBOOK and TWITTER
This collection of songs was recorded live on location in Mayne Island, B.C., for the feature-length documentary film, The Sea In Between, in which the Mason Jar Music team offer us their own vision for a possible future of distributed media: a full audio-visual album. In essence, an LP of sights and sounds. Together with the intrepid Josh Garrels, his wife and toddlers in tow, they filmed and recorded a dozen live performances in less than a week and have woven them together with documentary vignettes exploring Josh’s hand-built career, the process of collaboration on Mayne Island, B.C., and the challenges and rewards of being an artist in the 21st century.