Jeremy Tubbs, Ph.D.
Director of Music and Entertainment, Lambuth Campus
About Jeremy Tubbs
Dr. Jeremy Tubbs is the Director of Music and Entertainment at The University of Memphis, Lambuth Campus. Dr. Tubbs teaches music history and theory, music technology, performance practices, and music business. He also provides academic advising to all Music and Entertainment majors.
From 1999-2007, he was a professional musician, music manager, teacher, and bandleader, who travelled the world performing, coaching, and mentoring musicians and music professionals. On average, he performed over 200 shows a year either as a guitarist, drummer, bassist, or vocalist. During this time, he also learned the art of studio recording and live audio production. In 2012, he became certified in Pro Tools from the Berklee College of Music. In 2016, he was elected and granted membership to the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Currently, Dr. Tubbs is also the founder and president of the Jackson Area Music Society.
He holds a bachelor's degree in guitar performance, a master's degree in music history, and a Ph.D. in Musicology. He has presented papers at numerous conferences including Yale University, The University of Georgia, and The University of Memphis. He has also studied at Oxford University in England and The Berklee College of Music in Boston.