Jeremy Platt is a multi instrumentalist, active in the field of jazz and related music.

His current project is the piano trio "Jazz Soul Moment".

Jeremy contributed on keyboards to the debut album from Illum Sphere "Ghosts of Then and Now" on Ninja Tune.

His first solo album, the pop soul (Something About) Blue Skies featured the single Hungry which received airplay across Europe and North America, including the Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show. Musician.magazine said it was 'infectious' and 'fabulous'. Soul and jazz and funk.com described the song as a 'very catchy soul throwback' and said that 'it's not the only goodie on the album'.

Jeremy Platt contributed guitar, keyboards and writing to Frank Felix's Tales from the Funky Underground alongside players such as Snake Davis, Eddie M and Jeff Kashiwa.

Jeremy played guitar, piano and organ on both of Daniel Pearson's albums, co-producing the second.

He has gigged on organ with Jim Mullen and Harry Beckett and has toured with Dennis Rollins and the North Stars Steel Orchestra for whom he was also Musical Director.