Jeremy Dion has connected with music since he was a toddler. He started with the piano at age seven, and began writing songs when he first picked up a guitar at 18. In his original music, you can hear the subtle hints of influences like Paul Simon, Jerry Garcia, John Denver and David Gray. He says “music is a chance to tell stories of pain and beauty…I want my songs to make people feel something unexpected.” Today sees the premiere of his newest single “Blowin’ Smoke”, an Americana, bluegrass, folk, and country hit that sounds like Paul Simon, Simon and Garfunkel, and Bob Dylan all in one. He plays the guitar with such skill it’s contagious; the use of finger picking paired with Jeremy’s amazing voice gives the song its memorability. His hook, “if it’s smoke you’re blowin’, smoke you’re blowin’, you’re blowin’ smoke” is the earworm that will never escape your memory. “Blowin’ Smoke” is a song with double meaning. It’s about telling a tall tale that’s obviously a lie to those around you.
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