From his home in Sharon, Vermont, Jeremiah McLane has traveled throughout the United States and Europe as a performer and teacher. A full time musician since 1989, Jeremiah holds a Master's degree in Contemporary Improvisation from New England Conservatory. He has composed music for theatre and film (including Sam Shepard's "A Lie Of The Mind"), and performed at such prestigious venues as the Royal Festival Hall in London, England; the Picolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina; the St. Chartiers Festival in St. Chartiers, France; and at the Memoires et Racines Festival in Jolliet, Quebec. He is a founding member of Nightingale, The Clayfoot Strutters, and Big Table, three pivotal and popular bands with traditional roots. His solo recordings, including Smile When You're Ready, have been widely acclaimed by critics and audiences alike. His musical contributions can be heard on over 25 albums, including Jay Ungar and Molly Mason's Harvest Home. He has performed on numerous live radio shows including Radio Wales, BBC, CBC, WVPR, and WNHPR. New World Festival organizer and radio host, Mark Hauser, has said "Jeremiah plays and composes with originality, grace, and unbounded spontaneity."