Jeremy Rice is a musician, composer, producer and obsessive creator. Possessing a vast and diverse repertoire of material, Jeremy delivers his songs with catchy and melodic classic-rock stylings that are unique, yet universally accessible.
Originally from St. John’s Newfoundland, Jeremy took an early interest in visual arts, performance arts and music. This spawned a desire to learn about media production. After four years of media studies at Ryerson University, he decided to grab his guitar and pursue a career in the soulless, unforgiving abyss that is the music industry.
Over his career Jeremy wrote a large collection of albums under several project names: Timescore, The Sellouts, The Thymes and a number of solo efforts. Each of these led to countless live shows and studio sessions, enabling Jeremy to further hone his craft.
Jeremy also build a career writing music for television programming, commercials and video games. This presented unique creative challenges which allowed him to take his composition and production skills to new heights.
In early 2016 Jeremy moved to Quebec City, embracing this fresh start as an opportunity for creative self-reinvention. He formed a new band and began writing what was to be his most personal and ambitious project to date.
Three years later, Jeremy released Jeremy Rice and the Legendary Fist of Takinawa, an album about love, betrayal, solitude and death; all presented in one hooky little package. The acclaimed record contains previous singles “Arriianne” and “Somebody Like You” as well as his his latest single “Underneath the Ground”.