Singer, songwriter, producer and artist development/vocal coach Jeremiah Abiah is our special guest in this week’s podcast episode #155 which is the final episode for 2020. Jeremiah, whose artist name is simply “Abiah” shares an extremely poignant account of his diverse journey in the music industry including working with such artists as Shanice, George Michaels, Amel Larrieux and Yolanda Adams. Having a Cuban and Ghanaian lineage, Jeremiah grew up listening to music throughout the Black diaspora and took an inclination to singing at a very young age. Having attended a performing arts high school and then the New England Conservatory of Music he was well prepared to hit Carnegie’s stage at the young age of 20 and was signed to a music label shortly thereafter. Still, he explains the trials and challenges of being an artist and having to truly step into his skin which led him to creating various streams of income within music education at Berklee College of Music and establishing his own company providing vocal coaching and artist development. Listeners will be inspired by Jeremiah’s dedication to the craft of performing music while contributing to the arts professional community at large.
Twitter & IG: @jeremiahabiah
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