Lingua disponibile: ingleseA Nashville-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Jeremy Ivey established himself in the early 2010s as a member of the country-soul band Buffalo Clover alongside his wife, singer/songwriter Margo Price. When Price's career took off in 2016, Ivey served as her guitarist and sideman before signing a deal with Anti- and launching a solo career of his own with 2019's The Dream and the Dreamer. Growing up in a conservative family in Georgia, Ivey spent a number of years bouncing around the country, working in kitchens and playing guitar. He eventually ended up in Nashville where he met Price. Creative and romantic partners, the couple spent some time in Colorado busking and writing songs together before heading back to Music City, where they eventually married and became active in the local indie scene. After playing a background role in various local bands, including the Secret Handshake, Ivey and Price formed Buffalo Clover in 2008. The band's vintage-inspired country, rock, and soul earned them an audience, and over the next several years, they released three albums together. When Price released her solo debut, 2016's acclaimed Midwest Farmer's Daughter, Ivey continued to act as her collaborator and lead guitarist over the next few years. In 2019, after years working as a collaborator and supporting other artists, he took his own turn in the spotlight, signing a deal with Anti- to make an album of his own. Released in September of that year, Ivey's debut, The Dream and the Dreamer, offered a mix of warm, guitar-driven country rock and folk with a light touch of psychedelia. ~ Timothy Monger
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