“Jeremy’s approach to songwriting is exactly what songwriting should be about. This simplicity of the arrangement is what let’s his story come thru…on each track, uncluttered and honest. “Letting Go” is as hauntingly represented as the title suggest it should be. You want to start the song right after it ends to listen for the story between the lines again…and again. Great job, good and subtle use of effects, on both vocals and guitar.”
Jeremy Bursich is a prolific singer/songwriter hailing from Dover, DE. His musical endeavors range from electronic, to acoustic, to lo-fi melancholy tunes of mixed musical media. His first self-produced album, The Dark Years, was released in early 2012 to his friends and fans in the Dover community. His second album, "The Art Of Letting Go" is set to be released May 1, 2013. It will be available through iTunes and all major digital distributors. He has been writing music for 8 years and performing for 3 years. He hosts and performs at various events including open mics, singer/songwriter showcases, Delmarva Friends Of Folk coffee houses and other events, as well as house concerts in Dover and the surrounding areas. His music is influenced by a variety of artists including everything from Elliott Smith to Gil Scott-Heron, Tom Waits to Nine Inch Nails, Johnny Cash to The Pixies, and more. Jeremy works toward exploring the life of the modern antihero, underdogs and revolutionaries through time. His music searches to find what makes us tick as individuals and as a cultural machine.
“Fantastic. Rainy Day [of The Dark Years] is superb.” – Auriemma
“Bursich's title track, "Letting Go" is a brooding song, with the bright, clean sound of his guitar contrasting with his haunting vocals.” – Jessica Graae