What’s New With Nashville Recording Artist Jeremy Parsons?

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Jeremy ParsonsA few months ago I was on assignment in Nashville for Back Stage Indie Report to cover an up-and-coming Singer/Songwriter Sam (Samantha) Rochford.  The day after Larry Diaco of Opus Sun and I interviewed Sam, she invited us to meet her for lunch at local Nashville spot to hear one of her favorite performers, Jeremy Parsons. Jeremy Parsons Jeremy was doing a day gig there and we got a high top table near the stage.  Just has he got started a large group of women, obviously celebrating a bachelorette, came in and spent the next 45 minutes vying for Jeremy’s attention.  Jeremy, the consummate profession, kept  it classy and completely disarmed the crowed with his southern charm, quick wit, and great music.

Back Stage Indie Report was happy to hear that Jeremy has signed with MTS Management.  Michael Stover (MTS) is a premier manager and we have covered other artists he promotes.  Nice to see great talent link up with great industry pros.

A Bit About Jeremy Parsons…

Born in San Antonio, Texas, Jeremy Parsons grew up soaking in the sounds of Texas music in the dance halls of the Lone Star State. Jeremy was always a fan of music, but it wasn’t until his later high school years that he discovered his knack for it. Driven by his passion, he taught himself to play the guitar and began to write and perform music.

Over the past decade, Jeremy has played all over the U.S. and in Europe, including numerous venues in Texas. Pulling from the example of Texas performance artists, Jeremy loves to interact with his audience. He captivates the crowd with his genuine personality, unique humor, and heart-felt love of his occupation.

Jeremy draws from his personal experiences to create songs that are keenly perceptive and meaningful. His current single, “Burn This House Down,” paints a poignant picture of heartbreak and acceptance that still remains relatable. This song will stick with you long after your first listen.

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