Jeremy Allingham is a musician storyteller from Vancouver. Writing songs and telling stories is his life's work. He's been at it for more than 20 years and the gettins gettin good. His new record 'Run Wild' is all finished and ready to share with the world.
Jeremy's been chasing the rock 'n roll dream since he first strapped on a guitar in a Langley garage at the age of 14. Punk covers led to grunge originals with his buddies in General Mayhem. That led to blaring rock 'n roll with his cousin in Like A Martyr, and that led to Americana folk with his brothers in Factories & Alleyways. Now, Jeremy's right here, on his own. Taking all of that history, those songs, that blood and those tears and he's making a sound of his own.
Jeremy's most recent career highlights include playing the legendary Commodore Ballroom, being featured in the Georgia Straight's What's In Your Fridge, having his record 'Memory Electric' chart on college radio coast-to-coast, playing a benefit show that raised thousands of dollars to fight the opioid crisis in Vancouver, playing the main stage at Uptown Live!, and once again working with prolific producer Jesse Gander on his latest record 'Run Wild'.
A two-time nominee at the Fraser Valley Music Awards, Jeremy draws his deepest musical influence from Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Paul Simon, JJ Cale, Neil Young, Jim James, Jason Isbell, Pearl Jam, Rancid, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and many more.
Jeremy’s album Run Wild was released in April, 2018.