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Jeremy Barnes

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There are at least two musicians named Jeremy Barnes.

1. Jeremy Barnes was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1976, the son of a local businessman. Forced by the dictates of necessity to earn some sort of a living he moved to Chicago to attend school at Depaul University in 1995, but soon abandoned it in favour of a wandering life. He joined the then unknown Neutral Milk Hotel in 1996; after they disbanded in 1998, he spent a good deal of time tramping off the beaten track in Europe.

In 2001 he formed in France a new band called a A Hawk and a Hacksaw. Since then he has devoted his time to it and in 2005 he met Heather Trost, who became his primary foil in the band and in life. They currently live in Budapest, Hungary, and have expanded A Hawk and A Hacksaw’s line-up over the years to include Hungarian, Romanian, and English musicians.

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  • KasparovDeepBlu

    The jeremy barnes i was thinking of is in neutral milk hotel and a hawk and a hacksaw [2]

    11 Jan 2013 Reply
  • seanconn

    YOU rulllle

    22 Feb 2008 Reply
  • Rocco425

    The jeremy barnes i was thinking of is in neutral milk hotel and a hawk and a hacksaw

    13 Feb 2008 Reply
  • Soapywater

    its weird how not many Australians listen to technical/shred/metal stuff but then there comes a Jeremy Barnes who claims he is the fastest guitarist...

    26 Aug 2007 Reply
  • mikeyzee

    this isn't the Jeremy Barnes i'm thinking of

    5 Jun 2007 Reply
  • mxdxcxnx

    learn to tag

    2 Aug 2006 Reply