Jeremy David Miller says it has taken him thirty years to write his first record, Lepus. Thirty years of learning wordplay, thirty years of melding melodies, thirty years of observing. Now as Miller steps up to the mic he is ready to pronounce, “I am here and this is what I’m saying.
While most children were marking the milestones of their life by learning to tie shoes and ride bikes, Miller can never forget the first blues riff his father taught him at age ten, or the first chord chart his mother gave to him. When he was asked to join a band at age of thirteen, his father didn’t hesitate to take him to the local pawnshop and buy him his first bass and amp.
Although he may have taken his time (thirty years worth) to present his songs to the world, on March 13 2012, Lepus was released. Miller urges you to pay attention. “Songs are the most important, most useful, most dangerous way of getting your point across. These that I’ve collected for Lepus are of my utmost, they are saying something and it’s up to everyone listening to figure out what it is.”
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