Singer/songwriter Jeremy Fisher is based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Born Jeremy Binns, he was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, before moving on to perform in various projects. He self-released his first solo recording, Back Porch Spirituals, in 2001 and toured from Seattle, WA, to Halifax, Nova Scotia, on bicycle to promote it, also busking on the streets in between scheduled tour dates. This unorthodox approach helped him catch the ears of Sony's Canadian division, and his major-label debut, Let It Shine, was released on the imprint in 2004. More touring followed in 2005 as his single, "High School," gained some airplay on the Canadian radio waves, after which Fisher headed back into the studio to cut his follow-up, Goodbye Blue Monday, which was released on the Aquarius label in Canada in 2007 and was distributed by Sony BMG. It was Fisher's homemade stop-motion animation for the single "Cigarette" that garnered enough attention for him to make headway on the U.S. side of the border; indie label Wind Up released Goodbye Blue Monday stateside later in the year. ~ Gregory McIntoshPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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