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Sounds Like: Grant-Lee Phillips, Richard Buckner, Lou Barlow, Chris Whitley, Mark Lanegan
Bio: Bio authored by Grammy Nominated Songwriter Holly Figueroa O'Rielly The first thing you hear is the voice. Jeremy Serwer has one of those once in a lifetime voices that make grown men cry. Where blue eyed soul meets edgy Americana (Martin Sexton), where blues meets country (Richard Buckner), wher...See Full Bio
“Seattle-based singer/songwriter Jeremy Serwer is one of those rare musicians willing to sing the dangerous truth about America — about the toughness, devastation, and resilience he finds in both the natural world and the city. A modern-day troubadour who has been performing and recording for more than a decade, Serwer is on a tour of more than a dozen cities from Spokane to Chicago and will play Saturday in Billings at the Vig Ale House. In the tradition of performers like Steve Earle, Bruce Springsteen, Jeff Buckley and Mark Lanegan, Serwer looks “underneath the beauty and glamor of the United States,” he says.”