Stone Circle lead by frontman Jeremy Harry Harris came kicking and screaming into the world in May 2009. Months after forming, this power quartet from Perth, Western Australia performed at the after-party for Def Leppard’s Australian tour.
In 2009 Harry and his band focussed on songwriting and pre-production. Their full-length independent release ‘Living for the Sunshine’ was recorded in the first half of 2010 at Crank Recordings in Perth and mastered by Leon Zervos at Studios 301 in Sydney.
Harry produced powerful and melodic songs, drawn from a vast array of influences and genres. It’s the attitude, mentality, and approach of artists like Queen, Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Bon Jovi, Robbie Williams, and U2 that drives and inspires him.
Refusing to be pigeonholed, Jeremy Harry Harris also displayed his diversity, supporting iconic Australian artists including Daryl Braithwaite, Jon Stevens, and Joe Camilleri.
Live, frontman Jeremy Harry Harris delivers a tight, passionate, and energetic performance with his touring backing band. Their enthusiasm is as contagious as their riffs. It is this foundation that sees Jeremy Harry Harris consistently deliver larger than life performances to an ever-growing legion of fans.
These performances propelled the music of Jeremy Harry Harris and Stone Circle into the popular consciousness, securing them an invitation from Sir Bob Geldof to perform for the Rock n Rebuild Charity concert in Sydney 2013 and a second place in the coveted competition to support Bon Jovi. Frontman Jeremy Harry Harris was labeled ‘a true homage to the spirit of rock’ by Mix 94.5FM’s the Big Couch.
2011 saw the official launch of ‘Living for the Sunshine’ followed by extensive touring and promotion throughout Australia and overseas including festival performances in Cuba, Argentina, and Columbia in 2012.
In 2013, Jeremy Harry Harris and his fellow Stone Circle band members commenced work on a new album. Together with his band, they continued to push the new wave of Australian rock music performing alongside established acts such as Birds of Tokyo, End of Fashion, and Gyroscope during their writing sessions until finally disbanding in 2014 to pursue other musical projects, sadly never completing the promised new album.
The band took an indefinite hiatus from recording and performing live in 2014, to focus on individual career paths. Harry ceased all live performances except in Cuba where he made an annual pilgrimage to tour for 3 months from 2014-2017. It was during these tours that Harry developed his touring band and met Reinier Martinez Rodrigues. Rey convinced Harry to work with him and together they commenced preparations to return to the writer’s den.
In 2017 & 2018, Harry continued to write and work on the unfinished album including utilizing his Cuban based touring band. The result is Kings Of Time, an album that features solo tracks and collaborative tracks from Stone Circle and Cuban based writer and producer Reinier Martinez Rodriguez and completed this year in his home town of Perth.
Jeremy Harry Harris has consistently traveled to Cuba to perform his music live in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019, utilizing musicians from the Cuban based band Mephisto as his backing band.
In 2019 Harry returned to Cuba with a tour spanning March and April including performances at the coveted Pinar Rock festival, Romerias de Mayo Festival, and numerous provincial shows throughout regional Cuba.
2020 sees the release of the long-awaited album Kings of Time which will be accompanied by a tour of Central America and the island of Cuba.
2021 is shaping up to be a bigger year with return tours to Central America, Cuba, and plans afoot for his first European Summer tour including England, Germany, The Netherlands, and France.
When not touring, Harry continues to maintain a steady workload of local shows in Western Australia in addition to writing tracks for his next album and managing the Containers For Cuba registered charity organization.