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Jeremy T. McConnaha | Conversations

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by Jeremy T. McConnaha

This short eclectic collection of songs infuses JTM's obvious love of good ol' boy HONKY tonk, classic rock and roll and an obvious love of modernized punk/pop rock, is bound to leave a "thumbprint on your heart".
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Eager Movement
3:45 album only
2. It's in the End (Thumbprints)
4:29 album only
3. The Ballad of J Mac Honky & Jonkey Mae
4:15 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Hailing from the baron plains of Central Illinois Singer/ Songwriter Jeremy T McConnaha has found a place to pursue his creative endeavors. After many years of performing with numerous nationally known acts as a drummer Jeremy decided to step out from behind the drums and apply his hatchet to the wood and carved out what has developed into the embodiment of the Conversations EP. Recorded in April of 2015 at Paper Mill Studios in Nashville, TN after what seemed to be the turning point in getting his songs into the right producers hands, in those of Mike Marsh. (drummer-The Avett Bros.,Dashboard Confessional) As with any recording process Mike continued to push Jeremy to strive to write what was truly the heart and soul of what has become Jeremy's passion. Jeremy continues to write his story that draws inspiration from history and current events. Jeremy has been dubbed, "The Real Honky", not as a slanderous slur, but as a homage to the forefathers of Honky-Tonk that he has followed behind. So, welcome to the music, the drive, the passion, that makes Jeremy one of the last "real honkys" and if you are up for the challenge you too can be one of the " last machonkians".



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