Local Music Issue: Jeremy Messersmith

By Ed Huyck December 1, 2011

Categories: Clubs & Music, Our Scene

Erin Schwab Lori Dokken 
Brute Heart Ellis 
Rogue Valley Stan Hill of the TCGMC
Dessa Jeremy Messersmith 
The New Standards Sick of Sarah

Jeremy Messersmith. Photo courtesy of Jeremy Messersmith

The creator of 2010’s terrific The Reluctant Graveyard doesn’t ever stop, even when between albums. Recently, the singer-songwriter has issued several stand-alone tunes, including the Occupy Wall Street-inspired “Blue Sky (Corporations are People My Friend).” Messersmith’s folk-tinged pop and somewhat off-kilter subject matter (see above, along with the likes of “A Girl, a Boy, and a Graveyard”) have made him not just a star on the Minnesota indie scene, but a favorite across the country. That doesn’t mean you won’t find him on the occasional Twin Cities gig at the Fitzgerald, the Cedar Cultural Center, or First Avenue. www.jeremymessersmith.com

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