SEEKINGVocalist, Vocalist - Bass, Vocalist - Baritone, Vocalist - Tenor, Vocalist - Soprano, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Other Percussion, Violin, Trumpet, Saxophone, Keyboard, Piano, Background Singer, Harmonica, Flute, Other, Banjo, Mandolin, Fiddle, Dobro, Vocalist - Alto, Trombone, Bagpipes, Steel guitar, Upright bass, Cello, Accordion, Ukulele.
Jeremy Guider is a gospel music artist from the Lenoir City, TN area. With a passion for a music ministry that touches hearts for the glory of God, Jeremy is an accomplished songwriter and singer who feels called to share the music and the message that the Lord has blessed him with.
Jeremy, who is married with 2 children, joined the Navy because of the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001. After serving 8 years, he came home to TN and is now ready to move full-time into the formation of the band, Once in a Lifetime. He began playing guitar and writing songs at 16. His vocal inspiration has come from Allison Krauss, John Denver, and Vince Gill. His songwriting combines his country and bluegrass gospel roots with the international influences of growing up as a missionary kid on the islands of Trinidad and St. Thomas.
He returned home in March from his reserve deployment in Kuwait and is now available for bookings. Contact at jeremytheguider g mail . Thank you so much for stopping by. God bless.
- Screen name:
- Jeremy Guider
- Member since:
- Jan 25 2012
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years together:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- 43 years
Sandi Patti, Larnelle Harris, my insanely gifted musical family, Steve Green, Randy Stemm, Steven Curtis Chapman, Ray Boltz, Alllison Krauss and Union Station, Ricky Skaggs, Alan Jackson, the reggae and calypso that drifted over the fences from the neighbors houses in the islands, Dale Graves who is in Heaven now who introduced me to bluegrass, The Inspirations, Rusty Goodman, and many, many more.
Members Of Band
"Once in a Lifetime" was chosen as the band name because each gathering is uniquely different as each member of the band and audience brings the joys and sorrows of the day's journey with them. Hopefully, somewhere between the music and the message, will be a once-in-a-lifetime, quiet place for God to speak and bring salvation, awe, and consecration into each life. If this type of ministry is something you would like to be a part of, please contact me and bring your talents and your smiles and let's get started.
"Moving Day" Year: 2008 Genre: Country
"Moving Day" started humming around in my mind in the recently completed parking deck of the medical office building across from Kennestone Hospital. I was working for Brasfield and Gorrie, and we were cleaning up and getting ready to move on to the next jobsite. As a missionary kid, the first verse is straight out of my childhood, with all the apprehension and excitement that moving day brings. The second verse is very tender as we all have watched loved ones cross over from this life to the next. Folks always ask, so to answer your question, my Dad is still living. The third verse has the Bride of Christ joyfully moving in the twinkling of an eye from this world to the new one that awaits with her Groom. I hope you enjoy. God bless.
"God Forsaken" Year: 2010 Genre: Christian Contemporary
"God Forsaken" comes from the phrase we all use to describe a lonely place out in the middle of nowhere. But what if God went to the loneliest place in the universe to provide a payment for our sin? The Son was forsaken by His Father that day representing the very first time that had happened in all of eternity. In the end, it was us that was not forsaken by God and left to pay for our sin on our own. God bless.
"The Ballad of Barabbus"
"The Ballad of Barabbus" Year: 2005 Genre: Latin
What if Barabbas was not the raving, lunatic criminal that he is always portrayed to be. What if he was one of the Jewish, freedom-fighters known as the Zealots. The verses were written for probably 10 years until one night on the phone, John Edwards helped me finish the final 1/3 of the song. In this song, you are sitting in the same dark, prison cell with a man who tells you his story. As far as being accurate, he is referred to as "a notable prisoner" accused of "murder, sedition, and robbery" all charges that could have easily been committed by a leader of the Zealots against the Roman oppressors. So the trappings are fiction but the framework is solid. God bless.