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Jeremy McComb


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A dream can drive you to do some pretty crazy things. It can also take you to some pretty unreal extremes. For Jeremy McComb, it has taken him from his home in Eastern Washington (near the Idaho border), to the bars where he grew up watching his dad perform, to a local radio station where he quickly rose to music director then to the open road where he tour managed one of the most successful comics in the country. And finally, to his own record deal in Nashville, where he realized just how far he’d come… and in the same space and time… just how far he had yet to go.

Now, poised to record his sophomore project, McComb feels he’s finally found exactly who he is as an artist and is excited to show the world, having come through the myriad of challenges the music business has thrown at him in only a few short years.

“I’ve spent the last year and half writing songs.” explains Jeremy. “It’s just a more focused approach to what it is that I do. It took me a few years to figure out who I am as an artist and a writer. Now I finally feel like I’m hitting my stride both personally and professionally. I’ve also been co-writing with some highly respected and great songwriters like Bart Allmand, Rick Huckaby and Jonathan Singleton. I feel like I’ve found where I fit in. I recorded my first album, “My Side of Town” five years ago and I have come so far from that. I’ve been writing since I was a teenager but after the last record, I really focused on trying to hone that craft and I think it’s paying off,” says McComb.


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