Artist info

Genre

Roots, Indie


Sounds like

Sixto Rodriguez, The Waifs, REM


band members

Jeremiah Johnson


Influences

Colin Hay, Brett Dennon, Gomez


Unearthed artists we like

Scott Mellis, Thelma Plum


Bio

Somewhere in the vast musical landscape between Colin Hay & Brett Dennon, we discovered the song book of Jeremiah Johnson. A voice echoeing that of Sixto Rodriguez and Michael Stipe of REM. Highlights to date.. "Opening for GOMEZ at their first show in 2011 tour, the night before "Spledour in the Grass" has topped it for me so far." Played at the welcome ceremony for "Prince William" of the Royal family and has supported international touring acts such as Gomez, Harry Manx, Angus and Julia Stone. Also Thelma Plum, Ash Grunwald, Skinny Jean Band and The Basics.. His rootsy kinda music blends an array of styles stemming from world, rock, roots, folk, country. "Among the solo artist Jeremiah Johnson was breath taking". Tablelands Folk Festival 2009. "This work exudes maturity, confidence and sophistication without being lost in pretentiousness, 4/5 stars!" Jesse Kutch, TimeOUT Magazine ("Homeland" album review).

Review

mikemongo

08 Dec 2014

45

This is great catchy track. Roots vibe. 80's-style video that only amplifies the tracks catchiness.

This is great catchy track. Roots vibe. 80's-style video that only amplifies the tracks catchiness.

Review

Chelski Girl

15 Sep 2012

40

Great cruisy feel. Catchy without being predictable. And then there's that guitar sound...love it - Chelski :-)

Great cruisy feel. Catchy without being predictable. And then there's that guitar sound...love it - Chelski :-)

Review

mojo wilson

22 Jun 2012

50

Very cool, Very smooth track.Jeremiah continues to mature as a song writer in leaps and bounds.This track has that nice pop edge to it that i think Triple J listeners will fall in love with.Looking forward to listening to the rest of the album.

Very cool, Very smooth track.Jeremiah continues to mature as a song writer in leaps and bounds.This track has that nice pop edge to it that i think Triple J listeners will fall in love with.Looking forward to listening to the rest of the album.