Jeremie Albino with Benjamin Dakota Rogers
Jeremie Albino’s grainy ballads are inflected with a joyous tenor that has found him a distinct space in the world of Americana, folk, blues, and country. Reimagining the image of the lonesome wanderer, his music is rooted in the instant when everyone in a room experiences the same moment in a multitude of different ways—embodying solitude and connection all at once. Starting out playing late night gig slots, Jeremie’s rigour has landed him a blossoming touring career. Garnering attention from the community and press alike, he’s heralded as “a true resurgence of the most authentic blues brought to life through the eyes of a modern and young, but old-soul artist ” (American Songwriter) and “the next in line of emotive band leaders that project soul and directness atop a head turning sound” (Glide Magazine).
His latest album, Tears You Hide (2023), produced by Jeremie’s long time collaborator and manager Crispin Day, is a memento to family, resilience, and the road ahead. Three years in the making, the rickety footstomping, and lilting stories inherent to Albino’s sound remains, yet the narrative has shifted slightly. Tears You Hide troubles the romanticization of the past by cherishing the present, stringing a narrative where connection, resolve, and vulnerability are distilled in an unfiltered amount of gratitude.
Are there any accessibility supports at this venue?
This is a wheelchair accessible venue. Wheelchair seating is available (4 spots). Limited accessible seating available. Seating is available for visually impaired patrons are available. There is no hearing devices or assigned parking. Accessible seats must be purchased through Ticketmaster over the phone at 1-855-682-6736. Visit myparktheatre.com for more information.
Is this show all ages?
Yes, this is an all ages venue but we cannot promise that content is suitable for all ages.
Is there seating available?
Standing room only. Limited accessible seating available.
- Jeremie Albino