The past year has been nothing short of sweet for beloved Canadian singer-songwriter, Jeremy Fisher. With the 2015 JUNO Awards taking place in his hometown of Hamilton, ON, it only seems fitting that with his sixth studio album The Lemon Squeeze Fisher has earned himself a JUNO Award nomination for Adult Alternative Album of the Year.
Released on May 13th, 2014, The Lemon Squeeze gave a fresh new edge to Fisher’s once folk-infused repertoire. This reinvention lead to the radio-hit single “Uh-Oh”, featuring Serena Ryder, which bolstered Fisher’s new presence in the pop world. Exploring his musicianship and pushing the limits of his reliable acoustic sound, Fisher found himself temporarily trading in his guitar for a piano during the fruition of The Lemon Squeeze; a move that has lead to this esteemed JUNO nomination.
Fisher’s JUNO nod is the sweetest lemonade that The Lemon Squeeze could have ever made – and he wants to share the sweetness with Canada’s east coast. For the first time since the album’s release, Fisher will be heading east to perform a handful of intimate shows, beginning with a show in Halifax on March 31st. With more dates to be announced, fans across the Maritimes will be impressed with the refreshing sounds Fisher continues to deliver with live performances of The (now award nominated) Lemon Squeeze.