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Jeremy Gilchrist / Press

“He's a naturally gifted singer whose reedy tone evokes a blend of David Gray and Adam Duritz. Like those singers, he knows his way around a sticky melody. And he seems to be a fair hand at arranging moody folk pop, to boot. When Gilchrist simply relies on those talents and favors subtlety over flair in his writing, the results are impressive. For instance, there's "Everybody's Story," which harks to Automatic for the People-era REM in style and tone. Here, he writes plainly but tenderly on frailty and the human condition. The empathy and compassion in his voice and words are hard to resist.”

“Jeremy's lyrics evoke the wistful humanity of Harry Chapin and Bruce Springsteen, but it's his vocal delivery that centers the tour-de-force.”

Jeff DeLuca - Clockwork Kids

“Sublime, thought provoking, and well written songs”

Gasoline Stove - Gasoline Stove Music

“Jeremy Gilchrist has a songwriting ability that is unmatched. His vocal melodies carry you gently through his songs and leave you with a soft landing, as their tail ends drift away, leaving you wanting more.”

Rebekah Todd - Rebekah Todd Music

“Time and space, social understanding and energy, entropic chord progressions and chaotic time signatures are brought to order by the sorrowful gravity of Jeremy's voice.”

Patrick M. Arthur - Faux Journal

“If you are fortunate enough to experience his live performance, with a talent so raw and pure, you will not be able to turn away.”

Liz Moudy - Liz Moudy Music

“Jeremy Gilchrist was featured nationally Dick Gordon's The Story on 12/12/11! He also had an interview, which aired internationally, on the BBC World Today on 12/29!”


“Jeremy Gilchrist was one of eight finalists in the North Carolina Songwriter's Contest. This was a statewide competition and all who made the finals were invited to perform at the Carrboro Arts Center where the winners were chosen. Jeremy is looking ahead to building on the momentum this honor has generated, and to releasing his next album in 2012.”