About JEREMIAH LLOYD HARMON
Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, born in Alexandria, LA., is a singer-songwriter based in Catonsville, Maryland. He first started writing songs in Lynchburg VA, eventually performing them at the Lynchstock Music Festival for three consecutive years. Harmon's self-titled EP, released this year though Virginia based record label Harding Street Assembly Lab, is a psychadelic folk-jazz fusion project recorded in his old living room with producer Chris Schlarb (Psychic Temple, Invisible Astro Healing Rhythm Quartet) who compared its sound to that of Stevie Wonder's "Innervisions". "It's hard to pin down musician Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, in part because he's constantly transforming himself." says Emma Schkloven from local Lynchburg paper, The Burg. With a vocal ability that has been described as possessing "a cross between Jónsi, Jeff Buckley," (Marcelo Asher Q), Harmon delivers a collection of uniquely crafted songs that are "simultaneously transcendent and reserved" (Marcelo Asher Q). Jeremiah's most recent activities include the release of his latest single "Learn to Love" recorded live at the Glass Village Studios in Lynchburg, VA, as well as a 6th place spot on season two of ABC's American Idol.