Jeremy Mixes

Joe Steele  (Joe's Credits)

 Joe Steele started in music while attending college in New Jersey, playing in various cover bands throughout the Tri-State area. Tiring of cover bands and realizing there was better opportunity for music in Los Angeles, he headed there upon graduating. While in a new city, he joined a few local bands, getting an idea for Los Angeles and the club circuit. Playing other people's music became less and less interesting, so Joe tried songwriting. Taking some ads out in local publications, Joe found a singer to form the band Stereo Suite. Immediately, Joe knew writing and performing was exactly what he wanted. The band continued to grow regionally, playing with artists including Black Crowes, Jason Mraz, Blues Traveler, Buckcherry, Cheap Trick, the Doobie Brothers, Peter Frampton, Govt Mule, Lit and Live. Along the way, Joe continued writing, this time for other singers, and started producing. Collaborative writing was another exciting avenue to explore, and Joe began accumulating writing and producing credits with various artists across the country. He has been fortunate enough to license many songs on productions, including television shows such as "Ghost Whisperer", among others. Joe continues to write and produce with talented, motivated artists.





Jeremy Underwood  (Jeremy's Credits)

 Jeremy has always been driven by music.  Since a young age, Jeremy surrounded himself with any and all types of music.  After high school, Jeremy moved to Lubbock Texas where he began playing bass and began recording.  While getting his business degree at Texas Tech, he decided that music was no longer going to be a hobby, it was going to be his destiny.  He left Texas and moved to Arizona and attended the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences.  While there he began to not only love, but live the craft as well.    Upon graduating, Jeremy moved to Los Angeles.  Jeremy got his first opportunity at Signet Sound (formerly Motown Hitsville) and continued to develop his craft.  While at Signet, Jeremy got to work with industry heavy hitters such as Frank Wolf, Alan Sides, Ron Fair, Chris Lord-Alge, Tim Armstrong, Fergie, Keb Mo, and the late Ruth Brown.  After Signet closed its doors in December 2006, Jeremy moved to Bay 7 studios, where he has gotten to work with John Mayer, Marilyn Manson, Buckcherry, Creed, Daughtry, Flyleaf, Eddie Kramer, Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs, engineer Mike Plotnikoff and grammy nominated producer Howard Benson.  Now, working at Firehouse Recording Studios in Pasadena, Jeremy continues to build his portfolio at the studio as well as working with any artists who make music for the love of it.

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