Tuesday, August 23, 2016

When We Slept



There's something unique about the closing credits of so many 70's/80's shows – especially the ones that ran late at night because the nation went to bed after those lullabies. It was our cue – see what I did there – to turn out the lights and turn in.

TAXI, in particular, with its gentle bluesy theme gives permission to feel sedate, the perfect coda to a racous ensemble comedy.

Today's shows, by contrast, must – by design – keep the energy up and insist on your watching the ads in the next episode.


I think there's an opportunity for a network with a different tone to emerge.

Monday, August 1, 2016

Heartbreak Time Machine on Instagram

From Concerts In The Park 7/22/16
We have so many more pictures and videos on Instagram. Follow there to see more than what's on the blog/G+ :)

Heartbreak Time Machine on YouTube


Enjoy my band's latest singles via YouTube.

Find and follow The Heartbreak Time Machine on Facebook, Instagram, Spotify, Youtube...all the places.

Thank you :)

Monday, April 11, 2016

New Single "Talk To You"

I am so proud to present to you our latest single "Talk To You" available via all major streaming and retail apps/services.

Thank you for sticking with us, friends.

On the web:




Listen & Buy Online:



 Bio:

For the last 14 years (cumulatively over 20...) Jeremiah's been involved in the professional music business as a producer, published writer, and performing artist.

He's released 7 albums, including film soundtracks, in addition to a host of singles, EP's, and instrumental projects. His music has been on broadcast television in major markets, including ESPN and The Olympic Games.

Founded in 2012, The Heartbreak Time Machine has played to audiences in Northern California from intimate living rooms to clubs and even a crowd. The trio released a 5-song EP titled "THE512EP" in November 2015, enjoying a 9-week stay on Dimple's Top Sellers rack.
The act has four singles in rotation on radio stations in N. California (KSSU, KYDS, KRXQ, KVNS) as well as Spotify and all major online retailers. Their latest single “Talk To You” has dominated 98Rock's local request show “Local Licks” for several consecutive weeks.
The band's sound (a mix of U2, Peter Gabriel, Stevie Wonder) continues to delight audiences with its eclectic and surprising collection of songs old and new.
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Monday, November 9, 2015

New CD - "The 512EP" available November 12th

Original cover art by Judith Monroe.
After years of work - and a lot of luck - my team and I are proud to present our newest EP, "The512EP" available November 12th 2015 for $5.

It will be available via a handful of select Sacramento-area retailers and via the band at shows.

Thank you for sticking with us.

Sunday, November 8, 2015

Sacto Musicians Collaborate on New Project:


The Heartbreak Time Machine announces a new 5-song EP

October 7 2015 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Sacramento, California – Regional music act The Heartbreak Time Machine announced a partnership with music promoter Lisa Walters to executive produce a new 5-song EP with the band. Retail-ready copies of the release are slated to be available mid-November 2015.

The EP features performances by a number of well-known and respected Sacramento musicians including singer/songwriter Mikey LP, drummer/producer Dave Jensen, and guitarists Art Padilla of Hero's Last Mission, Michael Gregory of The Michael Gregory Band, and Michael Roe of The 77's.

The band has raised its public profile considerably in 2015, playing shows at destination venues such as Faces Nightclub in Sacramento to both public and peer acclaim, as well as garnering ongoing FM radio support for its latest singles. It was these very shows – and the work that goes into them - that convinced Walters to put her own resources behind the band.

Jeremiah is one of the most passionate and driven artists I've worked with,” says Walters. “He holds himself to a very high standard. After seeing The Heartbreak Time Machine play great show after great show, and all the work and time he was putting in, I wanted to step up and help.”

Official EP release poster.
In addition to fantastic music talent, the band commissioned Sacramento-based artist Judith Monroe to create the EP's cover art. “Picking Judith was easy – asking was the hard part!” jokes Jacobs. “She brings a potent collection of talents in visual design and expression that I feel are absolutely right for this project.”

The band's founder, Jeremiah Jacobs, has been a fixture of the Sacramento music scene for several years, having developed a reputation as a standout keyboard player and performer. He has produced and played for local artists including Autumn Sky, Clemon Charles, and James Cavern, in addition to a host of film soundtracks, independent releases, and commissioned works.

This project is Jacobs' eighth. The new EP will include four songs previously released as singles – “The Great Big Book,” “Make It Through,” and “Mystery In My Mind” - and will include a remastered fifth, “My Heart Belongs To You.” The band plans to reinvest proceeds from CD sales directly into recording new material and releasing a full-length album in 2016.

For more information visit the band's official Facebook page at: Facebook.com/HeartbreakTimeMachine

Stream the band's music on Spotify or download on all major music services.

Monday, July 13, 2015

In Your Eyes



The band and I perform Peter Gabriel's "In Your Eyes."

PS - my vocal performance was tight enough that YouTube's content ID system tagged the song automtically

Saturday, June 6, 2015

The Heartbreak Time Machine - Face First LIVE at Powerhouse Pub




Been a while since I've posted on this blog. Here's a YouTube clip of my band The Heartbreak Time Machine playing "Face First" live at Folsom's Powerhouse.


*Written by Nathan V. Dale.


Thank you for watching!

Monday, January 19, 2015

This Is What Happens When An Atheist Writes A Song About The Bible



The single is available for download at most online music retailers.