Not the Jeremy Smith you were looking for?

A Jeremy Smith ortal for all the Jeremy Smiths of the World!

Are you also Jeremy Smith or do you know another Jeremy Smith?

Over the years , because of this domain and my gmail address, I have gotten many emails from friends of other Jeremy Smiths thinking that I was them and other inquiries about the domain in general. So I thought I would offer this page as a place to clear up any confusion about which Jeremy is the right Jeremy.

If you are another Jeremy Smith and would like to add links to your website or email, I will certainly consider adding them to this page for free.  Email me here.

There are a lot of good Jeremy Smiths to choose from. Here are links to other Jeremy Smiths you might be interested in.

Jeremy SmithDallas crooner, ( "commands the stage with his massive range and velvet voice. Jeremy leads his versatile band seamlessly transitioning between the swinging standards of the 1940s, the best of 70’s funk, as well as modern favorites."

"Raised south of Fort Worth, now performs widely throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area and beyond. He is a first-call as a commercial studio vocalist and offers private vocal instruction to select students." 

Jeremy M.C. Smith - ( is a writer specializing in environment, tourism and sustainable business. He is the founder of Fair Game (, a new tourism initiative dedicated to supporting safari’s efforts to address the poaching crisis threatening much of our most endangered wildlife. 

Formerly editor of The Ecologist (, he co-wrote (with Richard Hammond of Greentraveller) Clean Breaks - 500 New Ways to See the World, Rough Guides' only guidebook dedicated to responsible tourism and winner of Planeta's best guidebook for 2009. He's also a communication strategist who provides branding and communication services for clients in the responsible tourism and environmental sphere.

Jeremy N. Smith - is a writer and freelance journalist based in Missoula, Montana. 

"My work has appeared in Gourmet and Saveur, the Christian Science Monitor and the Chicago Tribune, Research View and World Trade, High Country News and Montana Magazine, and elsewhere. This September my book, Growing a Garden City, will be published by Skyhorse Publishing with a foreword by Bill McKibben."

Jeremy M. Smith - U.S.M.C.
Deceased at 22 years old, Spring Grove/York, Pennsylvania, United States. 
Here is a tribute video for Jeremy:

YouTube Video

Here is his MySpace page, maintained by his family:
"Jeremy died May 8, 2005, at the age of 22 from an accidental heroin overdose. He spent 2 1/2 years in the USMC and spent a year in Japan. I miss him so much, Teresa Smith."