BIOGRAPHY

Jinxx is an accomplished, multifaceted musician best known as the guitarist, violinist, pianist, songwriter/ composer of critically-acclaimed, Los Angeles-based rock band Black Veil Brides. Born Jeremy Miles Ferguson in Webster City, Iowa, he grew up surrounded by musicians. Picking up the guitar and violin at an early age, he studied classical violin and composition privately, and was playing in the symphony by High School. Deciding that he needed to be where the action was, he moved to the West Coast where he performed and recorded with numerous well known acts and had toured the world before joining Black Veil Brides in 2009. Jinxx currently resides in Southern California with his wife, Alice Mogg, and son, Lennon. In addition to his duties with Black Veil Brides, he composes music for film and television.
DISCOGRAPHY
FILM REEL

IN BRIEF:

Black Veil Brides (2009-present) - Guitarist, violinist, keys, songwriter/ composer

The Dreaming (2005-2009, with Chris Hall of Stabbing Westward) - Guitarist, violinist, songwriter

Amen (2004-2005) - Touring guitarist

Aesthetic Perfection - Guitars on "Into The Black" LP (2019), appears in video for "No Boys Allowed"

Dianthus - Producer "Worth Living For" LP (2018), appears in video for "The Unveiling"

Escape Room (Film) - Original score, composer (Lionsgate - 2017)

Marty Friedman - Collaboration, violins on "Sorrow and Madness" (2017)

Angie and the Deserters - Violin, appears in video for "Stay" (2017)

Pvsher - Live guitars, producer, songwriter (2017)

September Mourning - Violins on "Skin and Bones" (2016)

XO Stereo - Songwriting/ collaboration, production (2013)

Dee Snider - Live performance "I Wanna Rock" Revolver Golden Gods (with BVB - 2012)

Sebastian Bach - Live performance on "Kicking and Screaming and Touring" AXSTV/ DVD (2012)

Legion of the Black (Film) - Composition, score, actor (2012)

80 Proof Riot - Guitars, project with Jake Pitts and Chris Mora before joining BVB (2009)

Team Cybergeist - Guitars, online collaboration (2007-2009)

Various collaborations 2005-2009 - Guitars, violins

The Drastics (with former members of Rejects/ Murderdolls) - Guitars (2004-2005)

The Strain (with former members of Everclear) - Guitars (2004-2005)

Railer - Guitars (2003-2004)

Debris - Guitars (2002-2004)

Des Moines Symphony - 2nd Violins (1999)

Awards and accolades:

RIAA Certified Gold Record for single "In The End"

2013 Revolver Golden Gods Award - "Song of the Year"

2012 Revolver Golden Gods Award - "Best Guitarist"

2011 Revolver Golden Gods Award - "Best New Band"

2015 Kerrang! Award - "Best Live Band"

2013 Kerrang! Award - "Best Live Band"

2012 Kerrang! Award - "Best Single"

2011 Kerrang! Award - "Best International Newcomer"

2015 AP Music Award - "Album of the Year"

2014 AP Music Award - "Most Dedicated Fans"

Billboard 200 Top 20 Album (#14) for "Re-Stitch These Wounds" (Black Veil Brides - 2020)

Billboard 200 Top 20 Album (#14) for "Vale" (Black Veil Brides - 2018)

Billboard 200 Top 10 Album (#10) for "Black Veil Brides (Black Veil Brides - 2014)

Billboard 200 Top 10 Album (#7) for "Wretched and Divine" (Black Veil Brides - 2013)

Billboard 200 Top 20 Album (#17) for "Set the World on Fire" (Black Veil Brides - 2011)

Billboard 200 Top 40 Album (#36) for "We Stitch These Wounds" (Black Veil Brides - 2010)

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