Jeremy Larson

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Jeremy Larson
Origin Springfield, Missouri
Genres Acoustic, alternative rock, Christian
Occupation(s) Musician, singer-songwriter
Labels Outlook Music Co.
Associated acts Mutemath
Sucré (band)
Website jeremylarsonmusic.com
Notable instruments
Although Jeremy is a solo musician, he has been known to incorporate drums, guitar, cello, trumpet, mandolin and various keyboards[1]

Jeremy Larson is a Springfield, MO based solo musician. He is married to blogger, Elsie Larson. He has so far released an EP and a full length album on Outlook Music Co. as well as two independent albums and two DVDs.

Jeremy Larson appeared on The Jay Leno Show on January 15, 2009 as the guest pianist for Mutemath.[2]

Live on The Jay Leno Show[edit]

On January 15, 2009, Jeremy Larson performed alongside the band Mutemath during the "Spotlight" section of The Jay Leno Show on NBC.[3][4]

Jeremy Larson's discography[edit]

Cold[edit]

Cold was Larson's first album. It is no longer available nor can a track list be found. There are, however, three known tracks.[5]

  • "The Thief" 03:34
  • "The Sound of Snow" 04:47
  • "Sideways" 04:10

Swim EP[edit]

Swim was released on March 13, 2007 on Outlook Music Co.

  1. "Swim" 4:23
  2. "Ghost" 5:28
  3. "A Neutral Conclusion" 3:55
  4. "Untitled" 1:49
  5. "Swim (radio edit)" 3:33

Self-titled[edit]

Jeremy Larson was released on September 18, 2007 on Outlook Music Co.

  1. The Thief
  2. The Colony
  3. A Neutral Conclusion
  4. The Sound of Snow
  5. Swim
  6. Make Believe
  7. Today
  8. Frozen Lake
  9. A Narrow Escape
  10. When Morning Comes
  11. Martyr*
  12. More Than You
  • In 2010, the song "Martyr" was stolen and made to look like the creation of a notorious hacker named "andrewlandon" [sic] who renamed it as "Too Heavy".[6]

Jeremy Larson: An Evening With Jeremy Larson DVD[edit]

The DVD, released in the fall of 2007, is Larson's full-length concert DVD. It features Jeremy Larson and several local Missouri musicians performing 9 songs at the Gillioz Theater in downtown Springfield, MO on April 10, 2007. The video also features behind the scenes footage and practice sessions.

Salvation Club[edit]

The Salvation Club is Jeremy Larson's first self-released album, released on October 28, 2008.[7]

  1. "Exposition" 04:09
  2. "Wintersong" 03:25
  3. "Purgatory" 04:33
  4. "Self Esteem" 04:29
  5. "Where They Sleep" 04:01
  6. "Immovable" 03:09
  7. "Disarm" 05:05
  8. "Footsteps" 04:27
  9. "Activist" 05:38
  10. "Hide & Seek" 04:12
  11. "Portrait" 05:50
  12. "Goodnight" 04:46

They Reappear[edit]

They Reappear is Jeremy Larson's latest and second self-released album, which was released on March 15, 2011. All songs were written, performed and produced by Jeremy Larson. The drums on tracks 6, 7, 9, and 10, however, were performed by Darren King of Mutemath. The album was mastered by James R. Carter III.[8]

  1. "Descending" 03:45
  2. "Ricochet" 02:43
  3. "Half Speed" 03:50
  4. "Murmur Exhale" 01:21
  5. "Doe Eyed Children" 03:56
  6. "Bedside Manner" 03:54
  7. "Night Terrors" 02:04
  8. "Empire" 04:19
  9. "Provoke" 01:44
  10. "Day Residue" 03:33
  11. "Circadian Cues" 01:55
  12. "Intervention" 03:51
  13. "Remission" 01:41
  14. "Stirring" 05:11
  15. "Parasomnias" 01:33
  16. "They Reappear" 02:41

Singles[edit]

  • "All But One Saint" 04:08 (Released November 9, 2009 via free digital download)[9]
  • "Sideways" 04:10 (Originally on Cold album)[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.absolutepunk.net/showthread.php?t=390371
  2. ^ http://thederosh.wordpress.com/2009/01/06/jeremy-larson-to-perform-with-mutemath-on-jay-leno/
  3. ^ http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=37780653&blogId=461786188
  4. ^ http://www.absolutepunk.net/showthread.php?t=801502
  5. ^ http://www.purevolume.com/jeremylarson/albums/Cold
  6. ^ Larson, Jeremy. "Bad and The Worst (Part I, Bad)". Retrieved June 20, 2012. 
  7. ^ http://jeremylarson.bandcamp.com/album/salvation-club
  8. ^ http://jeremylarson.bandcamp.com/album/they-reappear
  9. ^ http://drivebymedia.wordpress.com/2009/11/09/jeremy-larson-all-but-one-saint-free-download/
  10. ^ http://www.purevolume.com/jeremylarson

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