Jeremy Cunningham Jeremy Cunningham Chicago Jeremy Cunningham is a drummer, composer, and improviser living in Chicago, Illinois. Since moving to Chicago in 2009 - from his native home of Cincinnati, Ohio - he has become an integral part of the Chicago music scene. Jeremy has performed with such luminaries as Von Freeman, Chris Foreman, Jeff Parker, Mike Allemana, Marquis Hill, Caroline Davis, Greg Ward, and Dave Miller. He can be heard on Marquis Hill's albums, "New Gospel," and "Sounds of the City," and also on Caroline Davis's "Live, Work, Play." In addition to performing in clubs and festivals throughout Chicago, Jeremy also appears throughout the United States with various projects and has toured internationally with IsWhat?!, Moshier/Lebrun Collective, and Paul Giallorenzo's GitGo. Jeremy leads his own quartet featuring Jeff Parker (Tortoise), Josh Johnson (Holophonor), and Matt Ulery (Loom). In addition to his own band he is actively involved with the Meridian Trio led by alto saxophonist Nick Mazzarella.