Like all great music minds, Jeremy's love for the craft began at an early age. After first using his Mom’s pots and pans as a makeshift drum kit, Jeremy quickly progressed from kitchenware to saxophone then back to a real drum set in middle school. When the time came to put his first band together, Jeremy recruited his now current business partner, Ben Holst to play guitar.
Although The Premonition (yeah that’s what they called themselves) didn’t make any gold records or perform at Radio City Music Hall, Ben and Jeremy gained valuable and early experience in organization, writing and performance. Sadly, The Premonition came to an official end when Jeremy moved from Simsbury, CT to Atlanta, GA in 1992.
After moving to GA, Jeremy continued his pursuit of the rock, playing in multiple bands while in college and working through popular Atlanta venues like Smith’s Olde Bar, Eddie’s Attic and The Masquerade. As a self-proclaimed jack-of-most, master-of-none, musical weaponry includes acoustic/electric guitars, bass guitar, drums/percussion, spoons, washboard and steering wheel.
Upon receiving his BBA in Marketing from Kennesaw State University in 1999, Jeremy quickly adopted the exploding technology sector.
For the past 10 years he has been designing, planning, and constructing IT networks, structured cabling systems, physical security systems, and data center facility infrastructure. While working closely with Fortune 1000 companies, Jeremy's roles have also included consulting, sales, design and project management.
Having now come full circle, Jeremy brings his professional and artistic skill set to Tunewelder Music Group by brainstorming complex multimedia solutions as well as musical composition, performance and production flow.
Whether it was a complete data center solution, or the perfect piece of music for a marketing video on YouTube, Jeremy has the experience to manage any client need from concept to delivery.In his spare time Jeremy Holds leadership roles in technology and real estate organizations, continues to record and produce local Atlanta artists, and makes it to his daughter's soccer games.