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Jeremy McComb
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Jeremy McComb Biography

Jeremy McComb was a stunned eight-year-old when his Dad pulled him on stage for the first time and had him singing along to the Willie Nelson classic, "On The Road Again".

Bob McComb made sure his son was soaking up the music scene, so much so that he would take him to the shows he was playing, and the youngster would sleep behind his fathers's Guitar amp.

Growing up on the Washington/Idaho border, he became interested in what the songwriters were feeling and the stories they told when they put their lyrics together, and he listened intently to the music of writers including the legendary Jim Croce and Kris Kristofferson.

By the time he was seventeen, Jeremy McComb was playing with Regional touring acts, at 21 he fronted an extremely popular Honky-tonk band "Trace County" and worked as a music director and afternoon DJ for radio station KIX 96 in Spokane Washington. There he met comedian Larry the Cable guy and that led to a job as a tour manager in 2004. McComb was still just 23.

While Touring with Larry, Jeremy's music made big impressions with J.P. Williams, the Chief Executive Officer of management/publishing firm, Parallel Entertainment/Shaler Global.

Before he knew it Jeremy was on his way to Spartanburg, South Carolina to record what would become his Parallel Records Debut. The project is produced alongside Grammy Winning, Marshall Tucker band Founder Paul Riddle.

Jeremy's first single WAGON WHEEL is at radio now with his debut album MY SIDE OF TOWN slated for release in May 2008.


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