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Jeremy Morton on MontanaPBS' "11th & Grant with Eric Funk" July 8

June 24, 2010 -- MSU News Service

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MontanaPBS' "11th & Grant with Eric Funk" presents Jeremy Morton, a talented composer, singer and guitarist on July 8 at 7 p.m.

Jeremy Morton is a singer, songwriter and acoustic guitarist from Bozeman. His soulful vocals, original lyrics, and unique acoustic sound are reminiscent of Greg Brown with subtle, but discernable influences of Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, and Townes Van Zant.

Singer/songwriters are a mainstay in American music and Jeremy Morton brings a direct and sincere approach to this episode. His performance is relevant and memorable, revealing why he is a Montana artist in demand.

"11th & Grant with Eric Funk" is a music series that seeks out the best musicians in Montana and invites them into your home for in-depth interviews and performances recorded at the KUSM-TV studios, located at 11th and Grant on the Montana State University campus in Bozeman. The show is hosted by composer, musician and MSU faculty member, Eric Funk who also serves as the series' artistic director.

Aaron Pruitt at 406-994-5021 or aaron_pruitt@montanapbs.org