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Jeremy Warren, born and raised in North Little Rock, AR was heavily exposed to music growing up. His mother is an organist/pianist where she played at his grandfather's and now currently his father's church in Little Rock & North Little Rock, AR. Up on graduating from high school in 2003, he received a full jazz scholarship to The University of Memphis in Memphis, TN. He received dual Bachelor Degrees in Jazz Studies and Music Education with License in May 2012. Memphis is where he credits his musical growth as a musician performing with many local/national artists as well as leading his own band whom performed every Saturday night on the famous Beale St. for two years.

Jeremy taught elementary music in the Shelby Co. Schools in Memphis, TN before moving to New York City in 2013 to attend New York University. He received his Master's Degree in Music from New York University in May 2015. Jeremy has performed and/or recorded with artists such as Deanna Martin (Daughter of Dean Martin), Andy Milne, Lenny Pickett, John Scofield, Luis Bonilia, Antonio Hart, and many more. His influences include Tony Williams, Steve Jordan, Chris “Daddy” Dave, and George “Spanky” McCurdy. Since moving to NYC, Jeremy has been working non-stop. Jeremy is currently working on his first solo album that will be released June 1, 2016. The album consists of all original material composed by Jeremy

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”Jeremy was my student and part of my musical cohort at NYU for a semester. He is a very talented and soulful drummer who has a beautiful feel and a great musical understanding.”

-Lenny Pickett (SNL, Tower of Power)


Album I Can Do All Things by Jeremy Warren

I Can Do All Things

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