3942 Squilax- Anglemont rd Scotch Creek, BC V0E3L0
Time & Location
May 27, 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Scotch Creek, 3942 Squilax-Anglemont Rd, Scotch Creek, BC V0E 1M5, Canada
About the event
"“A Composer, songwriter, and Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc band member from Kamloops B.C, Jeremy became a full time musician in 2015. From early beginnings in piano at age 2, Kneeshaw is an established multi-instrumentalist - playing Guitar, Piano, Drums, Bass, Dobro, Banjo, Lapsteel, Synths, Accordion and more. Jeremy has played at venues of all sizes throughout western Canada, with bands ranging in genre from Funk, Jazz, Disco to country.
Kneeshaw released his first album at 19, the self titled 'Jeremy Kneeshaw Album', with all instruments recorded himself. In November of 2016, he won the Akedamia Jazz/Funk/Fusion award for his song 'Summer Love', and was given a spot at the Akedamia Awards Ceremony at the Rosebowl Stadium in LA.
In May of 2019, Kneeshaw released his second self-titled album 'Jeremy Kneeshaw Album Vol. II', to Apple Music, Spotify, and other streaming services. The following year in April, Jeremy's instrumental single, 'Mother' was released.
Kneeshaw then dropped the single, 'You Know What I Mean', on May 22, 2020 to all streaming platforms. The song hit radio waves in western Canada after it was chosen as a Subway Fresh Track on 98.3 CIFM in Kamloops. This was followed by an EP release on June 5, 2020, titled 'Jeremy Kneeshaw Album Vol. III'. The collection quickly became his most streamed work, led by songs such as 'Tennessee', 'Break My Heart', and 'Blueberry Wine'.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Kneeshaw has been working on several albums in the newly developed, “Cutting Station Studios”, downtown Kamloops. Working with artists in many genres and writing styles, he strives to maintain a comfortable space and a creative mindset as a producer with the mantra: “Musician First”.
In 2022 - Kneeshaw entered the Western Canada Theatre family as a Sound Designer and Composer for Indigenous led play, “Echoes of the Homesick Heart”, along with an indigenous cast and crew from all across Canada.
Kneeshaw was honoured to win Gold in the “Musician/Band”, category of the Best of Kamloops event in 2022 and has currently plays in 5 bands, ranging in genres from Blues to Country, Bluegrass to Trancedance, and anything in between.”