Kruser’s Local Catch

Kruser’s Local Catch

Kruser’s Local Catch

Musical talent comes from all over the map, in all shapes, sizes, sexes, genres and backgrounds. It’s amazing to me how many are right here in our own backyards. I love learning about New England artists who are out there doing there thing, and making their art. I recently discovered a singer/songwriter I’m thrilled to share with you today. Meet Jeremiah Bones from Ashburnham, my Local Catch of the Week.

Jeremiah is a rare breed. He’s an Army veteran and a singer/songwriter, but he also runs a non-profit to help military families in need (read more about that below). He’s a dedicated artist with a love for country, rock and all things music. Undoubtedly, the discipline of the military likely serves him well in a tough business. With all that’s on his plate, like family, career and charity work, he isn’t putting his love for creating music on the bench. Bones is stepping up to the plate and ready to hit it out of the park.

The Sound Of Jeremiah

On his debut single, “She Wouldn’t Go,” this Massachusetts artist delivers an edgy, dark and  honest piece of art. It’s real life come to music. Bones has relationship regrets, but wants to take the first steps at owning up and trying to right the ship.  That’s the lyrical journey in this rock-tinged jangly jam. Tough but tender vocals beautifully express Jeremiah’s heartbreak at past mistakes. Frankly, it’s an impressive debut from Jeremiah Bones from Ashburnham, my Local Catch of the Week.

See the music video for Jeremiah’s new release, get to know him better and find out how to follow him on social media. It’s all here, as we support our local singer/songwriters in their journey to be heard and seen. Bone’s will be releasing his debut album soon, so make sure you check in on his social pages in the coming weeks.

  • The Music

    Jeremiah just released his original song “She Wouldn’t Go. ” He told me “This song is about a time in my life when my wife and I separated due to all kinds of reasons. I wrote this song while reflecting on all of the things I’d done wrong and began taking accountability for my wrongdoings.”

    Watch his music video:

  • The Story

    • Grew up in: Ashburnham MA
    • Now lives in: Orange MA
    • Current single: “She Wouldn’t Go” upcoming debut album “Bottled Up”
    • What lead you to music: Music is the most beautiful art form. It is poetry in motion that you can feel. I absolutely love singing and the songwriting process. I love storytelling and sharing life lessons or experiences. Music has always been my outlet.
    • How long have you been performing: 4 years performing, writing songs for 15 years
    • First country song you learned: Brantley Gilbert “Fall Into Me”
    • How would you describe your sound: Country/Grunge/Pop mix
    • Who inspires you: Brantley Gilbert, Morgan Wallen, Hardy, Jelly Roll, Zach Bryan
    • Dream duet partner: Carrie Underwood/P!nk
    • All- time favorite country songs: Dierks Bentley “What was I thinkin’”, David Lee Murphy “Dust on the Bottle”, Zach Bryan “Something in the Orange”
    • First country concert: Jason Aldean, Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker, Easton Corbin, Sara Evans (Country Fest 2010 at Gillette Stadium)
    • If you weren’t a musician, what would you be doing: I’d be pursuing a professional pool playing career!
    • Day Job: My wife and I run a nonprofit for military families in crisis called The Minus 22 Foundation. We sponsor military families who have been directly affected by the military suicide phenomenon with gas and grocery gift cards for up to 12 months after an incident.
    • Most proud moment: Becoming a dad/surprising my mom & sister when returning home from the Army.
    • Crazy thing that happened in your music career: my first EVER music gig was playing live on the radio  (Fitchburg)
    • Other things you like to do: I love fishing, hiking, cooking, helping veterans, playing pool, being a family man, road trips, dogs, the NFL, classic cars/trucks and coffee!
    • Fun facts: I’m a US Army Veteran, I love film & acting, I was an extra in the movie Grown Ups 2, I am a film/theater/marketing major at Fitchburg State University.
    • Mantra: “If who you are and who you want to be are two different people then it is only up to you to make up the difference.”
  • The Shows

    *No shows currently scheduled as Jeremiah will be releasing his debut album soon. Follow his social media (below) for an album release party date.

    Jeremiah Bones

    (Photo by Lindsay Flathers/ @lindsayflathersphotography on Instagram)

  • The Social Network

    Keep up with Jeremiah’s new music, shows and happenings by following him on his social media sites. Click below to connect.

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  • Pics and Posts

    Jeremiah Bones

    (Photo by Lindsay Flathers/ @lindsayflathersphotography on Instagram)

    @jeremiahbonesofficial

    My very first single off of my debut album dropped last night! I'm super grateful to finally be releasing music and sharing stories from my life! #newmusic #countrymusic #shewouldntgo #clean #debut #musicvideo #absentstate #nashville #veteran #banjo #recovery #military

    ♬ original sound - Absent State
  • Are YOU a Catch?

    Every week, Kruser’s Local Catch highlights New England’s homegrown country music talent, and tells you where to catch them locally and in Nashville. Click here to view previous catches.

    *Singer/Songwriters With Original Music: Please Submit For Consideration On The Local Catch By Emailing: [email protected]

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