Music has always been a part of Jeremys' life. He started piano when he was 4 years old. In 5th grade, he transitioned to percussion and sang in the choir. During his junior year, he began to learn guitar and the bass.
He attended the University of Minnesota and was a member of the Symphonic Band. Jeremy graduated in 1999 and he received a bachelor's degree in psychology and a music minor.
When Jeremy graduated college, he was hired by a private school to assist special needs children. He worked with school psychologists and staff and assisted in curriculum planning.
In 2001, he enrolled at McNally/Smith College of Music. During his time there, he and a few of his peers started an independent record label. They produced several artists and recorded a handful of albums. Some of their artists performed with national acts.
After completing his studies at McNally, he began teaching music lessons. For three years he was employed at FirstNote Music, a private instruction group in the Twin Cities. He taught several students while continuing his recording projects.
Eventually, he moved away from the record label and began working at Groth Music. Jeremy was a school representative and worked with several districts in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Besides working at Groth Music, he also performed with a few rock bands.
In 2009, he moved to Wilmington where he became the administrator of a local music school. Along with administrative duties, he taught several instruments and recording classes.
Currently, he is teaching private lessons and plays locally. He continues to record small projects and is a live sound engineer.