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Jeremy Aaron

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Jeremy Aaron is a Brooklyn-based fiddler, guitarist, singer, songwriter, and organizer.[1] He has released one full-length album, titled In The Magic Light. His songwriting mostly falls within the folk and jazz genres, and has been described as contemplative and poetic.[2][3] As a songwriter, he draws inspiration from many artists including Tim Buckley, Joni Mitchell, and Woody Guthrie.[4][5]

Career[edit]

Jeremy Aaron
OriginNyack, NY
GenresIndie folk, jazz, indie rock, singer/songwriter, fiddle, americana, lo-fi
InstrumentsGuitar, violin, voice, mountain dulcimer
Years active2010-present
Websitehttps://jeremyaaron.com

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Jeremy grew up in upstate NY learning Appalachian style fiddle and attending Jay Ungar's fiddle camp Ashokan.[6] His professional career began as a guitarist, fiddler and singer in the upstate NY band Spuyten Duyvil.[7][8][9] He is currently a guitarist and vocalist in the NYC-based rock band The Permanent Revolution. Jeremy is known as a concert organizer in the NYC area, mostly for creating and hosting the Greenwich Village Showcase at Caffe Vivaldi, which was a breeding ground for the NYC singer songwriter scene until Caffe Vivaldi closed. Jeremy's violin playing has appeared on the records of other NYC musicians, including Dark Tea, Kosi, Rowan Rain, and Gawain and The Green Knight. He played violin on Toronto native Phil Lewin's live album, "One Night in NYC."

Discography[edit]

Albums

  • In The Magic Light (2017)

Appears On

  • Dark Tea - EP (2017)
  • The Warmth Of Other Suns - Spuyten Duyvil (2017)
  • Look At Us Marching Now - Judy Kass (2017)
  • Body Of Water - Blake Drummond (2017)
  • Ghosties - Gawain and The Green Knight (2018)
  • Stranger In Every Town - Kosi (2018)
  • Fake Blood and Real Guts - The Permanent Revolution (2018)
  • Watering Mouth - Gawain and The Green Knight (2019)
  • Honey Tongued - Rowan Rain (2019)
  • One Night In NYC - Phil Lewin (2019)
  • Doctor - Gawain and The Green Knight (2020)
  • Pushing Daisies - The Permanent Revolution (2020)

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "Jeremy Aaron". Philadelphia Folksong Society. Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  2. Desk, BWW News. "Indie Folk Singers Sarah Murdoch and Jeremy Aaron to Play Desmond's Tavern". BroadwayWorld.com. Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  3. "Artist Spotlight: Greenwich Village Troubadour Jeremy Aaron keeping folk alive – NewMusicFriday Ep 38 Winner". Ear To The Ground Music. 2017-04-23. Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  4. "Jeremy Aaron is In the Magic Light Thanks to Kickstarter and Some Creativity | Shutter 16 Magazine". Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  5. www.jeremyaaron.com https://www.jeremyaaron.com/press. Retrieved 2020-05-02. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  6. "Jeremy Aaron is In the Magic Light Thanks to Kickstarter and Some Creativity | Shutter 16 Magazine". Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  7. "Jeremy Aaron | WFUV". wfuv.org. Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  8. "Jeremy Aaron and Bethlehem & Sad Patrick: 2018 | WFUV". wfuv.org. Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  9. hfunk@thealmanac.net, Harry Funk Staff writer. "New York band brings American tradition to Mt. Lebanon". The Almanac. Retrieved 2020-05-02.


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