Jeremy Aaron is a singer, storyteller, community organizer, bluesman, poet, guitarist, violinist, and the creator of Greenwich Village Showcase. Whether you hear his distinct open-tuned fingerpicking style on the guitar, or his fiddle weaving in and out of melodies, you will never forget his unique songwriting style. In addition to performing his own songs, during the last year, Jeremy has accompanied Adam O, David Amram, Kirsten Maxwell, Joe Crookston, Jann Klose, Sticker Dude, and Spuyten Duyvil on the violin as a guest at their shows.
Jeremy has been playing fiddle and classical violin since he was 5 years old. He studied classical violin with Alicia Edelberg, Associate Concertmaster for the NYC Opera, and he grew up attending Jay Ungar's "Ashokan Fiddle and Dance Camp" where he was taught his first chords on the guitar by folksinger Sally Rogers and Molly Mason and his first fiddle tunes by Jay Ungar, David Kaynor and John Krumm. Songwriter friend and mentor Philip Lewin encouraged Jeremy to begin writing songs as a teenager.