After studying at the Royal Academy of Music Jeremy is now one of the leading bass
players in the UK. He has been a regular member of the Peter King Quartet (with
Stephen Keogh and Steve Melling) and of Gerard Presencer's 'Platypus', and has worked
with stars such as Louis Stewart, Johnny Griffin, Art Farmer, Mornington Lockett,
Brad Mehldau and Mark Turner. In 1995, he was featured as the bass player on Julian
Joseph's live TV broadcast from the Summer Proms.
He has also appeared in Julian Siegel's quartet 'city of dreams' with Gary Husband
and liam Noble and the Christain Garrick Quartet with Dave Gordon and Tom Hooper.
He has supported Benn Clatworthy with Robin Aspland and Martin Drew and appeared in
The Kate Williams Quartet, Christine Tobin Quintet and Alyson Cawley Quintet.
He is also a member of the innovative band Respectable Groove, with Evelyn Nallen,
David Gordon and Ichiro Tatsuhara.
Jeremy Brown is clearly one of the most sought-after bass men in the country.
Most recent albums:
- until the stars fade