Jeremiah is home.  He left St. Louis with his guitar, a fist full of original songs and a ton of ambition and came home and released two albums as The Jeremiah Johnson Band with The Sliders, and most recently, his solo album “Grind”.Though you can taste the Texas in his guitar style, Jeremiah also blends his rich St. Louis blues heritage and early music influences into the mix, giving you a blues-rock sound that rips at your soul and soothes your spirit.   
Jeremiah Johnson is the new face of Mississippi River blues.
Live music is better, let us show you why.



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"I heard Jeremiah Johnson on Bluesville, the song was 'Black and Blue', and the interplay between horns, guitar and vocals set the mood, I instantly loved it!  I knew if this band could pull this off live they would steal the festival and THEY DID!  This band is going places and I am proud to say I brought them to the White Mountain Boogie on the East Coast FIRST!  DO NOT miss the chance to see them live!"  - Brad Benton, producer of the "Boogie", the 2012 KBA Recipient for Best US Blues Festival

"As I am well into my second decade of producing and promoting Blues concerts around the world, it still is a magical experience for me to find an artist who was not on my radar screen and whose talent just knocks my socks off.  Such is the case with Jeremiah Johnson." - Steve Simon, Steve Simon Presents

"Jeremiah's voice is like another instrument in the group and displays a maturity gained from his travels through the Deep South and Gulf Coast.  When these guys got together, genuine music magic happened! Sit in on one set, and you'll have a new favorite group to follow!" - Robert Molinary

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