Nashville-based Jeremy Lister started connecting with music from early childhood while growing up in the middle of Mississippi. A son of a preacher, he began singing and learning harmonies in church at the age of two. Jeremy moved to Nashville in 2003, bringing his first EP, Shooting Star, with him. In 2005, he released his second EP, So Far, followed by the Just One Day EP on Warner Bros. Records. In support of that album, he toured with Brett Dennen and Colbie Caillat, broadening his fan base and making him one of Nashville's singer/songwriters to watch.
In May of 2010, Jeremy joined the Nashville-based a cappella group Street Corner Symphony for NBC's second season of "The Sing-Off." Street Corner Symphony became a fan favorite, eventually claiming the second-place title in the competition. Immediately following their success on the show, "The Sing-Off" judge Ben Folds invited them out on the road. Currently, Street Corner Symphony is headlining shows all across the globe.
Jeremy released his first solo LP, The Bed You Made, in 2011. The album featured a duet with Alison Krauss on the song You and I. Krauss also recorded the song Sinking Stone from that album on her Grammy-Award winning album Paper Airplane. The song Set Us Free was chosen to be the theme song for MTV’s series "The World Of Jenks."
More recently, Jeremy recorded a pop album with his brothers Jonathan and Richie entitled Helium Ocean. He has also produced several albums for other artists, including Chely Wright and Shelly Fairchild.