Once described by Grammy winning producer

/mixer Eric J Dubowsky (Chet Faker/Flume/Angus and Julia Stone) as 'the thinking man's Keith Richards', Jeremy Edwards is a producer, singer-songwriter, guitarist and singer based in Thirroul, NSW. Jeremy has played, worked with and written songs with artists as diverse as Karise Eden (2012 The Voice winner), Aleyce Simmonds (2018 Golden Guitar winner - Female artist of the year), Kevin Bennett (Golden Guitar winner, The Flood, BBU), Lyn Bowtell (Golden Guitar winner, BBU), Jen Mize, Shane Nicholson (Golden Guitar winner/Universal records artist), Dom Turner (The Backsliders), Felicity Urquhart (Golden Guitar winner/ABC radio/Channel 7 weekender, BBU), Luke O'Shea (Golden Guitar winner) and many others.

In between working with artists such as these he runs his own 5 piece alt country band Dust Radio, is musical director for touring acts The songs and tales of Angry Old Men and Pearl: The Janis Joplin Story and, with many of the artists listed, is a songwriting mentor at the annual DAG singer- songwriters retreat in Tamworth.
Jeremy has played at some of the country's major roots and country festivals such as Tamworth Country Music Festival, The Byron Bay Bluesfest, Thredbo Blues Festival and many more. He is currently working on material for his fourth album, writing and recording with the fabulous Jen Mize with her band The Rough and Tumble, on their debut album. Tamworth 2020 will see the album release and live show for The Goonga Project, a big dumb, very exciting, rock band with Matt Fell, Steve Fearnley and many special guests, in honour of their late friend Glen Hannah.