Jeremy Glen Castle (August 2, 1974) is an American country music singer and songwriter from Oklahoma.
Jeremy Castle was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and raised in Blanchard, Oklahoma. He grew up listening to the sound of traditional country artists such as Merle Haggard, George Jones, and George Strait. Castle began learning to play guitar from Charlie Archer, lead guitarist for Conway Twitty.
He began writing music and performing while a college student, playing football at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, Oklahoma. Castle graduated from East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma in 1997.
Jeremy Castle started performing in Oklahoma, Missouri, Tennessee, and Texas during the 1990s, singing in venues such as the legendary Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma City's Diamond Ballroom, former legendary saloon-dancehall Tumbleweed's in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Nashville establishments such as The Bluebird Cafe and the world famous Tootsies Orchid Lounge, the popular Billy Bob's Texas in Fort Worth, Stubbs B-B-Q in Austin, as well as the historic Gruene Hall in Gruene, Texas, and also performing at Branson venues such as the former Barbara Fairchild Theater.
Jeremy Castle was coined the nickname "The Singing Fireman" by KKNG 93.3.FM on-air personality James Ayers, who was the first to play Castle's tune, "Take My Ring Off Your Finger" in 1999. In 2002, Jeremy Castle released an album For A While, which consists of 17 songs.