Jeremy Fisher Bio:
Jeremy Fisher is a Canadian singer-songwriter currently based in Vancouver, British Columbia.
To support his 2001 independent debut album, Back Porch Spirituals, Fisher spent six months touring from Seattle, across Canada to Halifax, Nova Scotia by bicycle. The tour, dubbed "One Less Tourbus", travelled 7500 kilometers, included 30 performances, and worked with the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy to raise funds for the "Tour des Femmes," promoting access to bicycle transport and to education for girls in Africa.
Let it Shine, his first album on a major label (Sony BMG Music Canada), was released on October 12, 2004. "High School", the second single from the album, won wide airplay on Canadian commercial radio and music television in early 2005.
In February and March 2005, Fisher toured Canada with Sarah Slean, and in April, he was a featured performer in the Canada Performing Arts Program at Expo 2005 in Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
In 2006 Jeremy toured with Xavier Rudd and opened for Rex Goudie on Rex's Outports Tour 2006. Jeremy Fisher dueted with Candian Industrial supergroup Jakalope on the track 'Unsaid' from their Born 4 album released in 2006.
Jeremy recently signed with Aquarius Records and competed work on his album ‘Goodbye Blue Monday” with producer Hawksley Workman. GBM is scheduled for release in March of 2007.