Jeremy Morris has been a member of Kim Robins and 40 Years Late since 2014. At 8 years old he won his first open-class banjo competition in Wisconsin. By the age of 10 he had assembled his own band titled “Jeremy Morris & The Harvest Road Band” and began to tour. He recorded his debut CD “A Young Man’s Journey” with Grammy Award Winner, Clay Hess at the ripe ole age of 13. Since then Jeremy has performed on stage with many national bands, including: Melvin Goins, James King, Karl Shiflett, Remington Ryde, Summertown Road, Clay Hess Band and many more. He has opened for The Grascals, the Little Roy & Lizzy Show and has been featured on RFD Television, WISH-TV, Hamilton County Family Magazine and in many newspapers and live radio broadcasts. His most memorable and inspiring moment came in 2009 when Jeremy had the opportunity to pick with the legend himself, the late Earl Scruggs. Jeremy currently resides in Yorktown, Indiana and plans to attend ETSU in 2018.