Jeremy & The Harlequins
Jeremy & The Harlequins are a five-piece rock band from New York City. Drawing influence from classic ‘50s and ‘60s rock & roll, they released their first album in 2015 after two years of recording. The members of the band are Jeremy Fury (lead vocals), Craig Bonich (guitar), Patrick Meyer (guitar), Steve Fury (drums), and Bobby Ever (bass guitar). After releasing their first album, American Dreamer (2015), Jeremy & The Harlequins signed with Yep Roc Records. In August 2016, the label released their second album, Into the Night.
Jeremy and his brother, drummer Steve Fury, had played music together for years (they cut an album in 2006 as members of the group We Are the Fury, and when Steve returned from a sojourn in Europe, he soon teamed up with Jeremy and Craig.
In 2018, Jeremy & The Harlequins will release their 3rd full-length album, Remember This. It is produced by Rick Parker (Lord Huron, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts. It was recorded in two weeks of spring 2017 at Palomino Sound in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, CA.
Their song Into the Night spent nine weeks on the CMJ Top 200 and peaked at #49. It also peaked at #16 on the FMQB Albums Chart. The song Trip Into The Light from their first album was named Coolest Song in the World of 2015 by the listeners of Little Steven's Underground Garage radio show.
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