Jeremy Parsons’ love affair with music has produced some beautiful songs. The inventive singer and songwriter taught himself how to play guitar during his teenage years and would later begin writing music and performing on stage. Parsons has played in various venues across the U.S., Europe, and his native state of Texas. Parsons’ sincere efforts and glowing persona are responsible for a flourishing fan base and successful creative efforts like his recent album Things I Need To Say.
Things I Need To Say has produced several favorable singles. Both Burn Down The House and Why is The Bluebird Blue reached the Top 40 Roots Music Report. Why is The Bluebird Blue also reached Hits You Love pop charts. The music videos for both tunes were nominated and selected for several film festivals.
Parsons’ ability to create songs from practical, yet meaningful life experiences is what gives Things I Need To Say its sense of sincerity. Parsons has crafted each track like a scene of a movie that we can all hear outside the windowpanes of our comfort zones. Things I Need To Say can broadly be classified as Country Pop and Americana. I am more prone to think of it as one of country music’s few fusion albums, especially in view of innovative tracks like Hope and Purpose. Jeremy Parsons has a soundtrack for the whole world to hear with the masterful album Things I Need To Say.
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