Jeremy Calloway, The Reason Why

Part of Jeremy Calloway’s musical journey includes singing with traditional Southern Gospel groups such as Palmetto State Quartet and Blackwood Gospel Quartet. Jeremy’s journey also includes time spent with his own band, The Jeremy Calloway Band, and leading modern worship. Artists who get the opportunity to experience a spectrum of diversity over their musical careers usually discover more deeply who they are musical through the course of that journey. They get the opportunity to answer the question of, “The Reason Why”.

That is the title to Jeremy Calloway’s new EP (produced by Eddie Crook at Hilltop Studios) that released today (June 14, 2019, ‘The Reason Why, Vol 1′). Here is Jeremy in his own words, explaining the title, the direction and they why’s of his new release:

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The title, ‘The Reason Why’, is an answer to a plethora of questions, set to rhymes and music. Why do I sing? Why do I choose this music or this style? Why this message?

This is the first EP, in a series of 3, where I’m recording songs that have impacted me in some way, both spiritually, and emotionally. The majority are songs from another time in music and, in my life. I learned to sing, listening to this music. I fell in love and learned more about who Jesus is, listening to these songs. And finally, for me, and I’m sure for many, it’s a fresh look at old music, that is sure to stir a memory. These are songs, for the most part, that cut to the core of life … they’re real songs, that weren’t thrown down in a writing session, but from real life experience. That’s what I love, that’s what I need, and I’m finding as I perform these songs live, they’re touching a chord with many people.
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‘The Reason Why, Vol 1′ includes songs like “Sounds Like Home To Me”, “I Believe He Died For Me”, “Can’t Even Walk (Without You Holding My Hand”, “In The Valley He Restoreth My Soul”, “God Can Save Anybody, Anywhere, Anytime” and “Look For Me (I Will Be There Too”). ‘The Reason Why, Vol 1′ is available on all digital outlets:
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