Jeremy Gabriel (born in Quebec city in December 1996) has been described as an icon in Canada. He was born prematurely with severe craniofacial anomalies and other complications requiring intense care. At six months, he was diagnosed with Treacher Collins Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder. In addition to suffering from head, skull and facial deformities, children with this condition generally have absent or malformed ears, which can cause hearing loss. Jeremy was referred to Shriners Hospitals for Children (Canada) for treatment at the age of five. Jeremy received a BAHA (Bone-Anchored Hearing Aid) implant in June 2013, at age six. After thesurgery, he became fascinated by sound and discovered he could sing. In Jult 2013, Jeremy had additional surgery to reconstruct his cheekbones and further to correct his jaw, which should improve his chewing and appearance. He also received a skin graft under his eyes. To date, he has had 23 facial bone reconstructions.
In October 2016, JEREMY GABRIEL is proud to announce the release of his brand new single « I DON’T CARE » which is being distributed by DEP and Believe Digital in more than 240 countries and over 35 digital music services, which is simply amazing for a young French-Canadian. I DON’T CARE is the first radio single of an EP Album that will be released in 2017.
After several years on the music scene, the nineteen year-old boy is coming back with a more mature voice and a new pop radio orientated song. Jeremy was diagnosed with Treacher Collins Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder which causes hearing loss.
The first single I DON’T CARE talks about the difficult life of Jeremy and relates to the hardships that he has been struggling with since his childhood. It is also refering to his strength of caracter and especially to the right for dignity that was confirmed in a recent judgment rendered by the Quebec Human Rights Commission. Jeremy hasn’t received any sum of money so far for the production of his album. He is relying on his public for support in order to show the world that difference is not always an obstacle to success. The song is like a message of hope.