jeremywilliams and the homosapiens
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Apr
05
jeremywilliams and the homosapiens @ skylight cafe w/ limbeck and will hoge

West Lafayette, Indiana, USA

West Lafayette, Indiana, USA

Mar
10
jeremywilliams and the homosapiens @ TWO WEEK MID WEST TOUR W/ THE FOREVER ENDEAVOR

EVERYWHERE, Indiana, USA

EVERYWHERE, Indiana, USA

Mar
05
jeremywilliams and the homosapiens @ Bean Counters w/ Rory and Rookie of the Year

Highland, Indiana, USA

Highland, Indiana, USA

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Mr Jeremy Williams....an absolutely talented musician. It's just him and his guitar...but let me tell you, this guy can play and sing with a voice of pure integrity that will take you places you'v never been to before. He is pure talent....be watching for him soon. This boy is going places...

- azpunk.com


Local musicians have been releasing debuts or brand new records this past spring and summer, including Jeremy Williams, And If I Perish, The Recs and Suburbanite.

First, and my most anticipated, is Jeremy Williams’ follow up to “219” titled “What Do You Do When…?” His songwriting really shows a lot of growth; instead of relying on inside jokes and word trickery, his lyrics have evolved into clever and witty statements about his environment and social scene.

The real gem on this record is “Cheese Fries Will Make U Do Anything,” with a chorus that counts up to fourteen and illustrates a picture of a relationship’s possibilities. The other great track is the title song which, in full, is “What Do You Do When You’re Not a Spies Gurl but You Live in a Spies Wurld?!” The song sees Jeremy joined by his backing band The Homosapiens, including Lucas of Fetla on bass, Garrett Schultz on guitar and Scott Schultz on drums.

Additionally the production of the audio quality really shines with Mike Regan behind the board. The acoustic guitar is very crisp and the mix is even between the instrumentation and vocals.

Jeremy is currently at work on a new record that will have 10 songs. Some will be with the full band, while some will feature his classic presentation of guitar and voice. The album will be selftitled.

When asked about the album’s progress Williams said, “I’m gonna put everything I have into this record.” The record is slated for release in January of 2006 and will be coming out on To Define Records.

- Michael Finney, New Slang Magazine


Everything people love about Barenaked Ladies they will love about Two One Nine. These songs are funny, sweet, clever and expertly played. In fact the production and guest players are all quite solid and impressive.

This is definitely an entertaining CD and I look forward to the music written by J. Williams coming into its own singular voice.
- Stacy Board, musesmuse.com


When you hear a talent like Jeremy Williams, you think back to some great lyricists in the past. Holding his own acoustically, Jeremy plays a sweet selection from his upcoming cd. He has a great voice and his lyrics are VERY impressive. No nonsensical lyrics here, all deal with a story. Melodies Paul McCartney would be jealous of. Jeremy absolutely mesmerizes the crowd with a vocal range uncommon for many songwriters. In between performances.... hilarity ensues. He is quite the entertainer. Those who did stay around to see him were treated to something special. Jeremy plays on a personal level and invites you in to his world to stay awhile. If you get a chance to see him, go! I look forward to checking out his band, Jeremy Williams and the Homosapiens. - steve blaze, nwilive.com


Discography

219 (Self Released) June 2004

What do you do when?!?! (Self Released) May 2005

Selftitled (To Define Records) Jan 2006

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Bio

Jeremy Williams, 23, has been touring across the country for the past two years playing any show he could find. While many singer/songwriters are touring the United States, few if any have the ability to perform at shows ranging from old school punk to hardcore to hip hop and sell albums. Jeremy takes over any room he plays and keeps the audiences attention. His first official release "219" (June 2004) drew many similarities to Barenaked Ladies and Counting Crows. After selling 1100 units in less than a year, Jeremy went back into the studio in April. He began working w/ a producer named Mike Regan. One track on the album sounded like it was missing something. Lucas Sgurous (Bass), Scott Schultz (drums), and Garrett Schultz (Elec. Gtr) were called in to provide additional instrumentation for the song "What do you do when.......?!?!". At that moment, the Homosapiens were born. The band clicked and Jeremy began writing songs that suited the band as well as reworking solo songs he had in his aresenal. The result of Jeremy and the Homosapiens joininG forces landed them a record deal with To Define Records out of Chicago in July of 2005. They will be touring non stop in January of 2006 in support of there first self-titled album being released on To Define Records.

jeremywilliams and the homosapiens have shared the stage with artists such as:

Alanis Morrissette
Barenaked Ladies
The Ataris
Kris Roe
David Berkeley
Rory
The Junior Varsity
Hit the Lights
Quiet Drive
and many more....