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On tour in Europe
On tour in Europe
Background information
OriginOhio, USA
GenresIndie folk, indie rock, space rock
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, musician
InstrumentsVocalist, guitar, piano, synths, keyboards
Years active1992–present
LabelsHidden Shoal Recordings

Kramies (pronounced Kraim-iss) is an American singer-songwriter, best known for his work with producers Jason Lytle of Grandaddy, Patrick Carney of The Black Keys, Jerry Becker of Train, and Todd Tobias of Guided by Voices. He has also performed with artists such as Spiritualized, Yo La Tengo, Calexico, and Tyler Ramsey formally of Band of Horses. Kramies has been awarded multiple Songs of the Year as well as EP of the year. His current two 2021 singles "Days Of" & “Ohio I’ll Be Fine” entered the US & Canadian collage charts as a Top 10. Currently Kramies is working on a new LP and soundtrack for 2022


  • The European the autumn sessions Ireland release (2010)
  • Coal Miners Executive Club Single (2011)
  • The European official EP Release (2011)
  • The Wooden Heart Single (2013)
  • The Wooden Heart Official EP Release (2013)
  • Sea Otter Cottage Single (2013)
  • The Folklore Sessions EP Release (2014)
  • The Fate That Never Favored Us Single (2015)
  • forêts antiques EP Live at The Grand Théâtre (2015)
  • Into The Sparks Single featuring Alma Forrer (2016)
  • I Wish I Missed You Single (2017)
  • Everything The End Single (2018)
  • Of All the Places Been & Everything the End EP (2018)
  • 3ingle split with Jason Lytle of Grandaddy and Kyle Field (musician) of Little Wings (2018)
  • 3ingle ~ Live in SLO’’ with Jason Lytle and Kyle Field (musician) live from California EP (2019)
  • Between the Moon’’ Split with Foxtails Brigade (2019)
  • Legend Of The Willow soundtrack for french fairytale (2021)
  • Days Of 2021 single feat. Patrick Carney and Jason Lytle
  • “Ohio I’ll Be Fine” 2021 single
  • Over and Outsider split single with Jason Lytle and Tyler Ramsey (2022)

External links[edit]

  • [4] Cleveland newspaper