"Farewell To Arms" addresses our nation's crisis with school shootings. We need to come together and solve this problem immediately. We need stricter background checks, higher ages to buy firearms and the ban of semi-automatic and assault style rifles from the general public. I believe in 2nd Amendment Rights but some things need to change. We need to do all we can to prevent another tragedy from happening again.
Made this one years ago and thought it was an appropriate time to re-post. It features a Nina Simone sample and beat by your's truly.
Video shot, directed and edited by the talented Richard Rudy.
Free show tomorrow night at Melrose Umbrella. Two sets at 8pm and 9:30pm. Let's do this!
Check out my live performance of "West Bound" from my album release party. Thanks to Jeff Shoeny on Drums and Austin Nicholsen on bass. Video by Andrea Dondanville.
From the neon city streets to the sun kissed Pacific, Vancans represents the eclectic sounds of Los Angeles. First and foremost, he is a singer/songwriter/producer and uses his voice and guitar as his primary instruments. He mashes sounds from rock, Americana, electronic, hip-hop and soul to create a fresh new sound to his listeners. “My City’s Large” which comes out today, is his debut album and is a blend of guitars, beats, horns, synths, banjo and pedal steel. This is mixed with soulful vocals and a touch of twang. It’s taken years to craft and is definitely worth a listen.
Here's a teaser from the upcoming Live "West Bound" video.
Debut Album "My City's Large" out December 10th, 2015
Check out my album teaser for "My City's Large". I'm so excited to bring you all this music and thank you to everyone that helped make this happen. You helped create my sound and I'm forever grateful for your talents! Album will be out everywhere on December 10th and available for pre-order on November 13th!!!
Jeremiah Vancans: lead vocals, guitars, synthesizers, keyboards, harmonica, programmed drums, bass, vocoder, whistle
Thomas Bryan Eaton: pedal steel, guitars, mandolin, banjo
Pearson Constantino: drums
Jon Shaw: bass
Michael Doctor: trumpets, melodica
Kevin Bouley: saxophones
Tonia Passwater: clarinets
Stephen Smith: keyboards, bass
Josh White: drums
Austin Nicholson: bass
Adam Groves: vocals
Caitlin Linney: vocals on “Suburban Blues”
Produced, written and recorded by Jeremiah Vancans
Mixed by Chris Allen, Isaiah Abolin, Michael Doctor and Jeremiah Vancans
Additional recording by Chris Allen, Thomas Bryan Eaton, Isaiah Abolin and Michael Doctor
Mastered by Chris Sorem
Artwork and Design by Renee Dondanville
Check out my live solo performance of "Gimme a Lil More" from Room 5 in LA. This track will be on my debut album "My City's Large" out soon! Video by Andrea Dondanville and Clyde Bessey.
Download my new track "Gimme A Lil Bit More"!