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John Jerome – I’m On My Way To Somewhere

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John Jerome

John Jerome is a singer, songwriter and guitarist who made his professional solo recording debut in 2018 with his eponymous 10-song album. That record introduced a Country-leaning, genre-bending artist from Massachusetts who caught the music bug at a young age and never let it go. Growing up in the small town of Gloucester, John spent his youth mimicking idols like Willie Nelson, The Beatles, Eagles and many more.

A storyteller by trade, the Northeast native delivers his tales in a decidedly Southern style. However, within his country framework the eclectic artist mixes elements of rock, pop and even hip-hop. When not in the studio John can be found onstage entertaining fans, whether at the local pub or halfway around the world.

“I’m on My Way to Somewhere” is the brand new single from John Jerome, released worldwide via all major streaming services on June 6, 2022. The track is Jerome’s first new music since dropping his debut album. The song is an infectiously catchy, chilled-out mid-tempo summer jam with a sound that is equal parts Garth Brooks and Jimmy Buffet. As a Nashville-style ensemble lays down a relaxed country groove. The singer steps to the mic and sings a laid-back escape fantasy in a cool and easy country tenor.

I was setting up a typical gig and the bartender mentioned he was going on vacation. I asked him where and he replied “I’m on my way to somewhere, but I don’t know where”.

John Jerome

Check out “I’m on My Way to Somewhere” below. You can also hear the song on the Deep Indie Songwriters playlist, or listen on your favorite streaming service. Follow the links below to connect with John Jerome. Get on his socials and get in the loop on all of the music to come from this talented singer/songwriter.


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