An Afternoon with Jeremy Lemos
11:00 a.m. Time to hop in the Shuremobile with Cory Lorentz and go. After playing around with a few different GPS programs, we finally found our way to a quaint little café where musician and recording engineer, Jeremy Lemos, patiently awaited our arrival. Luckily the weather couldn’t have been more perfect. The three of us grabbed a table outside and I enjoyed a tasty salad. I kept my distance from Jeremy’s tofu though since last summer I discovered I’m allergic to it. Yikes.
Next thing I know, the three of us are off again in the trusty Shuremobile back to Jeremy’s apartment. I walked in and immediately fell in love. His apartment was decorated exactly the way I’ve always pictured my future humble abode to look like. Blue walls, records everywhere, some of the most interesting art I’ve ever seen, along with many other intriguing things. I ended up falling in love with one painting that he referred to as the “Hot Dog Man”. Classic.
Soon we began setting up for his interview. In just a few minutes time, Jeremy’s once inviting dining room was overtaken by lights, wires, microphones, and cameras. Jeremy sat down and Cory started with the questions. The great thing was that the interview transformed into a conversation. When the camera stopped recording I didn’t want it to end! But as quickly as everything went up, everything came down just as fast. We sat around for a few more minutes then said goodbye and headed out the door.
Although all good things must come to an end, I’m excited that the video will soon be posted on Shure’s website. I strongly suggest that you check it out as well! You won’t be disappointed you did.