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Looking back at early childhood Jeremiah recalls his father playing old country and bluegrass on a 5-string banjo while they both sang into the early morning hours.  Jeremiah attributes his passion for music to his father, who instilled a strong rooted love and respect for classic artists such as Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, & Waylon Jennings. Another early musical influence was Jeremiah’s late grandmother. She played popular and secular music on the keyboard throughout the 1950’s to mid 1980’s in the Lehigh Valley, PA area. 
 
Jeremiah spends much of his time on the road with his band or in Nashville, TN where he is currently working on numerous projects. He enjoys writing and performing songs that connect with his audience, the soulful aspect of making music with his friends, and being an entertainer.
 
Anthony Flacco is an author of five nonfiction books and three historical novels, all released by major publishers. He holds an MFA in screenwriting from the American Film Institute. He was selected for the Walt Disney Studios Screenwriting Fellowship and spent a year writing for the Touchstone Pictures division. His first nonfiction book, A Checklist for Murder, was acquired in auction by Dell Books and turned in solid sales. Anthony adapted his book as a two-hour television movie script and sold it to NBC Studios for a movie of the week.
 
His debut novel, The Last Nightingale (Ballantine) was released to acclaimed reviews including a NYT rave and was nominated by the ITW as one of the top five original paperback thrillers for 2007.
 
We will be discussing  his book, In the Matter of Nikola Tesla: A Romance of the Mind which is available as an E-Book from Diversion Books everywhere e-books are sold.
 

 

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