American Idol Season 11 Finalist, Jeremy Rosado, is releasing his full length album “Heartbeat” on August 28th, 2015. Jeremy’s first radio single is titled “Speed of Love” featuring rapper Canon, and it is available to radio worldwide through the PlayMPE music system. The album is produced by Nashville-based writer/producer Aaron Rice (Mandisa, tobyMac, Jaci Velazquez, Jason Castro). Jeremy will be touring in the Southeast United States in August/September with members of TagHouse Music, and on the West Coast in September/October withNewReleaseToday.com. Tour dates will be available on http://officialjeremyrosado.com
Jeremy Rosado comes from a big Puerto Rican family who loves celebrating together. Jeremy is the singer, the musical one in the family. From a young age he sang for family events, and then one day he saw American Idol on TV and made the goal to be on it. After four separate auditions, Jeremy thought he might give up on the dream. One more opportunity came around, but it was a formidable one. He had to beat 12,000 people who showed up that day for the American Idol Season 11 audition in Savannah, Georgia. Jeremy not only made the cut, but captured the audience and finished the TV show as finalist #12, alongside roommate Colton Dixon, and as a favorite of Jennifer Lopez. “Jeremy has one of the most beautiful voices I’ve heard,” said Ms. Lopez.
Since the show, Jeremy has been working hard touring, teaching, leading worship at his church in Tampa, Florida, and even refining his already jaw-dropping voice. In 2013, Jeremy released the single “Don’t Be Afraid” with friend Pablo Villatoro, formerly of Group 1 Crew. And after a year of writing in Nashville, he teamed up with producer Aaron Rice to create his new album “Heartbeat”. The album is being released through Seattle-based Save the City Records and in partnership with TagHouse Music in Nashville, and distributed by Provident Distribution, a division of Sony Music.
About Save the City Records: Derek Hoiem had a vision to assist musicians in local churches, and having been a software designer for Microsoft, he knew that the digital wave would bring massive change to the music industry. He started in 2003 developing and recording local talent around the Seattle area. After recording and working with indie artists for about 5 years, in 2008, Hoiem launched Save the City Records as a national brand. After garnering critical acclaim on iTunes and media outlets, Save the City Records landed a distribution deal with Provident Distribution. Over the last several years, the company has picked up more artists who have been featured on iTunes, played on national radio, ranked on the Billboard charts, and featured at national music festivals.
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