The Jeremiah Houston Band
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The Jeremiah Houston Band

Austin, Texas, United States | INDIE

Austin, Texas, United States | INDIE
Band Country Americana


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Jeremiah Houston Band nominated for four awards given by the TCMA.


Rising Star Award Songwriter of the Year
Jeremiah Houston “Trailer Trash King”

Horizon Award Songwriter of the Year
Jeremiah Houston Band “Southern Boy”

Rising Star Award Male Entertainer of The Year
Jeremiah Houston

Traditional Country Songwriter of the Year
Jeremiah Houston “Hung The Moon” - TCMA

"Single Release"

Sept-06 Lukenbach single released - CD-TEX

"Take Country Back" - Ann Marie Harrington

"2005 Press"

Other Press Releases

1. September 1, 2005 release of 3rd single "Southern Boy."
2. August 14th JHB opens for Pat Green Ruidoso Downs Race Track & Casino
3. July 3rd 2005 JHB opens for Tracy Lawrence. Roswell UFO Festival
4. JHB headliner for Seminole Music Festival & Rodeo
5. JHB headliner for diabetes benefit Midland , Tx Hoggpitt - BGM Music Media

"Up close" - Toss Music

"2004 press"

Hobbs News Sun- Marie
Wadsworth, Arts& Ent. section. Half pg tie in with story on Jeremiah's debut album.

* Seminole, Tx- Sentinel April 11th fulll feature on JHB debut album.

May 2004
* Texas

*Houston Jamsource Music Magazine

Featured on front cover with a picture tie in and half pg story in ent. section. - BGM Music Media


JHB has been getting steady airplay in TX, OK, and surrounding states for 2 yrs consistently. The favorites of most has been the top 40 charted song "Down In Lukenbach" and "Yeah Yeah Yeah"



JHB now based out of Austin, Tx has long been labeled outlaw TX country music that hasn't been seen since the Johnny Cash era. JHB has relased 3 albums including two singles in the top 50, and one in the top 40 on the Texas Music Charts and a number two in Germany. JHB has been featured in the Best In TX Magazine as one of the featured bands in 2011. Many say that Jeremiah Houston sounds like a cross between Bruce Springsteen and Roger Creager to which the Texas crooner responds humbly to the comparison. “It's a huge compliment, and would be validated more so if those two met at a Bad Company concert!”