Born: February 10, 1973 in Decatur, AL
Wife: Amanda – Married Feb. 25, 1994
Children: Michael Eric born September 27, 1997; Brantley Clint born June 3, 1999; Emma Brooke born August 7, 2006
Jeremie Hudson was born to Harold and Sandy Hudson in 1973. He grew up in Cullman, Alabama where he started singing when he was 8 years old. His father, who sang baritone for The Churchmen, was practicing one day and Jeremie just started singing alto with him. “I realized that day there was something special about singing for God”, says Jeremie, who continued singing in church as well as competing in talent showcases. He later won the regional Church of God Teen Talent Contest for the state of Alabama.
In 1992 Jeremie attended Southeastern Bible College where he met his future wife, Amanda. Having a desire to have a group of his own, Jeremie and his best friend’s, Jason Hallcox (former lead, The Imperials), Eric Hudson and Bruce Taliaferro (Gold City), formed Fresh Anointing at which time he discovered he could sing the tenor part. For the next five years the group not only sang on weekends but also worked full time jobs. By this time, Jeremie’s family had grown to include Michael Eric, born in September of 1997.
In the fall of 1998, Jeremie received his ‘Exhorter’s License’ through the Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee) and at the same time became the Music Pastor of Lynnwood Church of God – the same church at which The Imperials later ‘discovered’ him. The Imperials offered Jeremie the tenor position in the group after performing at his church. In June of 1999, the day after the arrival of his second child, Brantley Clint, Jeremie received a call from The Imperials hiring him to take the tenor position.
After 9 years with The Imperials, and another child, Emma Brook in 2006. Jeremie decided, in 2008, to leave the group for local church ministry. He served as Worship Pastor at CWC in Anniston AL. for 1 year. After this, Jeremie was unsure where GOD was taking him.
In Sept. 2009 Jeremie found himself, for the first time, not knowing what the next step was. Jeremie talked with Legacy Five, Gold City, led worship, sang as a backup singer for an Elvis impersonator, detailed cars, and served as an interim Worship Pastor at Church At The Brook, Millbrook, AL. but nothing seemed to fit.
While serving as an interim, Jeremie received a call from Three Bridges. “My spirit jumped inside of me, when Elliot called .” stated Jeremie. So in May of 2010 Jeremie was named as Three Bridges’s tenor. Jeremie states, “There were several small mountains in the way to my coming back on the road. God has made those mountains a flat surface! He is truly a GOD of miracles! If He did this here, at the beginning of this new ministry, then I cannot wait to see what He will do in the end and all through the middle! I know that God has called me to be one of His voices,’’ Jeremie says. ‘‘I pray that when time has ended, I will have pleased Him, not just with my voice, but with entire life.”
Restaurant: Macaroni Grill
Food: Anything Mexican (seems weird that Mac. Grill is my favorite restaurant, huh?)
Interests: War Between the States (48th Alabama re-enactors, best ever!), Collecting Toy Soldiers, Fly Fishing, playing STAR WARS with Mike, Brant and Emma (she likes the laser fights), playing basketball, football, baseball, dolls, really anything with the kids
Television: History Channel
Singer: Michael and Brantley! They are awesome!!!!
Female Singer: Amanda Hudson (Emma’s voice is precious too)
Group: The Isaacs
Scripture: Psalms 105
Sports team: Alabama Crimson Tide “ROLL TIDE”, Miami Dolphins
Life Thought: You lose nothing, to lose everything, in worship of GOD!