Jeremy McComb Releases NEW Music!
LEAP and the net will appear
On Sale NOW!
Nashville, TN— McCombOVER Records’ Jeremy McComb treated fans and industry insiders alike to long-awaited music from his brand new EP, LEAP and the net will appear at The Rutledge in Nashville, TN.
McComb performed the show as a special “thank you” to his fans who helped make the project happen through donations using Kickstarter.com. He has also been performing “live” from his living room on the popular online “virutal venue” StageIt.com and McComb’s performance from The Rutledge was also streamed live to his StageIt audience.
“My fans kept asking me for new music. I would perform it live for them but they always wanted to know when they could ‘have’ it. I knew I needed to find a way to record a new project and Kickstarter.com was perfect,” says McComb. “I’m very active online, I llike talking directly with my fans. If you see a Facebook status, a post on my website or a Tweet, it comes directly from me. I’ve been really fortunate to have built up a really good network of fans online and at my live shows. They asked me for new music, so I asked them for help and they came through for me. I’m also very appreciative of Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey for sponsoring my showcase at The Rutledge and a big thanks goes out to the folks at Epiphone guitars for endorsing me as well,” says McComb.
Two of Jeremy’s fans REALLY came through for him. Kimberly and Andrew Beattie of Couture Cakes made a cake in the shape of Jeremy’s Epiphone guitar as well as an amp. They also constructed an actual Fireball bottle, complete with shot glasses, made out of sugar and traveled all the way from Chattanooga, TN to bring it.
LEAP and the net will appear was produced by McComb, Tim Lawter and Rusty Milner (former members of the Marshall Tucker Band) and includes songs co-written by McComb with Bart Allmand, Travis Howard, Kevin Kadish, Keesy Timmer among others. The EP is available on iTunes and other music sites.
Jeremy McComb performs songs from his NEW EP LEAP and the net will appear.
You can have your music and eat it too! The guitar, amp and CDs were made into a cake and the Fireball bottle and shotglasses were made of sugar!
The event was sponsored by Fireball