Jeremy Adelman is perhaps best known as the composer for all four seasons of Warner Brothers TV’s hit show “Hart of Dixie.” But the country guitar and banjo music he created for this show are just a sliver of what Jeremy is capable of.
Jeremy hails from New York, where he performed as an orchestral trumpeter, and studied at the famed Juilliard School of Music. He furthered that education later at the Manhattan School of Music, in the world-renowned jazz program there. Simultaneous with his studies, he played in local blues and R&B bands in NY. He also joined Mercury Records funk band Milo Z, and played with legendary artists like Bon Jovi, Al Green, Maceo Parker, The Neville Brothers, and others. He returned to Juilliard in 2001 to study composition with Stanley Wolfe.
In the late nineties, Jeremy was composer on Comedy Central’s “Viva Variety” starring Michael Ian Black and Thomas Lennon. He also formed his own music house for ad agencies, and through this has won various national awards and accolades, including an Emmy nomination, winner of the Cannes Grand Prix, the London International Grand Prize, a Gold Andy, four Silver Clios and a One Show Pencil.