Sarah Bollinger CD Release Party
The Feed, Jeremy Joyce
4243 Manchester Rd
St. Louis, MO, 63110
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
I'm about justice, and peace, and making a difference.
I'm about travel, and adventure, and Mozambique.
I'm about speaking out, and reaching for dreams, and loving imperfection.
I'm about singing my guts out, and playing my heart out, and making sure everything I do is full of soul.
THE FEED was born in August 2005 as a hard hitting, 3 piece soul-rock group. Since then, this trio has kicked it into overdrive and can best be described as Blues Infused Punk. The soulful sounds of overdriven electric pianos, screaming guitar, and swingin' drums has heads bangin' and asses shakin' all over St. Louis, MO. The FEED's debut self titled EP is in stores NOW.
Jeremy Joyce is a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Philadelphia, who has resided in Brooklyn, San Antonio, Buffalo, and currently St Louis. It was during his teenage years in the 90's that he started performing, playing guitar in instrumental post-punk bands. Later he'd go on to play lead guitar for much-acclaimed folk artist Adam Arcuragi, and afterwards formed country band The Fencebells, with whom he released two albums. Joyce eventually started performing under his own name, and upon moving to Brooklyn continued recording and performing solo around New York City. In 2009, he wrote and recorded original music for the film Woman's Prison, collaborating with distinguished singer-songwriter and fellow Brooklynite Sharon Van Etten.
In Oct Oct 2010 Joyce released The By And By, his first official release. It receives some nice words and some good radio play in a completely DIY radio promotion campaign. In fact all the CD cover art was silk screened by Joyce himself. Joyce has recently moved to St. Louis from Brooklyn and is getting acquainted with his new digs. He is working on songs for an album.
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