Jeremy Myers | Johnny in the Briar Patch

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Johnny in the Briar Patch

by Jeremy Myers

Traditional, Missouri Old-Time fiddle music
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Molly Put the Kettle On
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2. Billy in the Lowground
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3. Who's Going to Shoe My Pretty Little Feet
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4. Angeline the Baker
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5. Union Hill Waltz
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6. Johnny in the Briar Patch
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7. Bonaparte Crossing the Rhine
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8. Shamus O'brian
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9. Colored Aristocracy
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10. Gray Eagle
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11. Horse and Buggy-o
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12. Cuckoo's Nest
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13. Come Thou Fount
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14. Flop Eared Mule
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This CD was recorded and produced by Jeremy Myers in his home studio. Jeremy is playing the accompaniments to the Fiddle which also includes the Guitar and the Banjo. Jeremy began playing music at the age of 5 starting with a harmonica; then at 7, he began to learn to play the guitar from his uncle.

At 22 he began to go to McClurg, a local Ozarks Jam Session, and there he was introduced to the world of Traditional fiddle music or also known as “Old-Time”.
Since that time, he has taken lessons from Ashley Hull, a student of the late Bob Holt (1999 National Heritage Award receiver) and has learned numerous tunes from recordings of greats such as Cyril Stinnet, Fred Stoneking, Howard Marshal, Lonnie Robertson, Lyman Enloe and more. He began playing Banjo and Mandolin since his introduction to “Old-Time Music”. Jeremy has always lived in Missouri and currently resides in Oldfield Missouri with his wife Brandy on their 3.5 acre farm.

"Visit our website at MyerstownFamilyFarm.com to read about our farming, music, and other interests. We have video, audio, and photo galleries; there are articles on various themes as well as an online store where you can securely purchase our farm made products."

You can contact us by email at jmyers@myerstownfamilyfarm.com

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Janice MacDaniels

Johnny in the Briar Patch
This album has the intimate feeling of being in a living room and listening to a group of musicians who live this music, playing for the joy of it. It has a genuine Old Time vibe and Jeremy's surprise vocal on "Shamus O'brian" is delightful.
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SteveO

Great Old Time Music
Jeremy does a great job on this his first CD, (hopefully the first of many) revealing a passion for true authentic Missouri old time fiddlin'. I really enjoyed the tune selection. He even has a few original tunes as well. Love....Billy in the LG, Colored Aristocracy, Gray Eagle and Flop Eared Mule.........a great addition to any old time collection!
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