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    Jeremy Messersmith

    Jeremy Messersmith

    Presented by Pioneer Place Theatre Company at Pioneer Place on 5th

    May 21, 2015

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    Pioneer Place Theatre In association With KVSC 88.1 Presents Jeremy Messersmith with opening Performer, HARBOR AND HOME

    To call Jeremy Messersmith a musician is half-truth: He’s also a storyteller, who has carefully crafted a trilogy of songs that narrate life. His first full-length release The Alcatraz Kid is a moving collection of acoustic-driven lullabies with titles like “Novocain” and “Beautiful Children” that innocently question the purpose of things to come. The integrity of these delicate songs immediately struck a chord with critics and fans alike, and captured the attention of Semisonic’s Dan Wilson, who offered to produce Messersmith’s follow-up album, The Silver City.

    The Silver City was a natural progression in sound and reflection: the compositions grew fuller and more dynamic with a classic-pop feel inspired by the Beach Boys and Beatles: While the topics focused on midlife struggles with tracks like “Dead End Job” and “Miracles.” Local and national attention soon followed with NPR and college stations around the country, followed by U.S. tours and sold-out shows in New York, Chicago and Minneapolis.

    We are a band dedicated to the sole purpose of being a light in the darkest times of life. Being the hope and the inspiration that gets us through the most difficult of times. The name, “Harbor and Home” comes from places of refuge and security. Places you can trust and things that you call dear. We believe that our music can be this for anyone who is searching for it. We started out as a band trying to prove to the world that we don’t need to conform to the things we are always told we must do, and that rather we must shape our own paths and choices in life in order to define the people that we are to become. We still believe that this is true and that in order to make the right choices we must surround ourselves with people who build us up and make us stronger. Our music comes from a compilation of stories and events in our lives and in the lives of the people around us.

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        Pioneer Place on 5th

        22 Fifth Avenue South
        Saint Cloud, MN 56301

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        Tickets: $16 Student, $19 Adult

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        May 21, 2015


        7:30 p.m.

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