Following a 26-year, award-winning print journalism career, Jeremy D. Bonfiglio joined Lake Michigan College’s marketing communications team in January 2019.
As a writer, he spent 14 years covering the regional visual and performing arts scene, most recently in a decade-long stint as the Features Writer/Sight & Sound Editor at The Herald-Palladium newspaper in St. Joseph, Michigan.
Jeremy has interviewed a wide range of high-profile performers throughout his career, including notables such as Jay Leno, Rick Springfield, Ben Vereen, George Thorogood, Gordon Lightfoot, Vince Neil, Vince Gill, Jeff Daniels and many more.
He is the co-host and founder — along with operatic tenor and Lake Michigan College Theatre Director Paul Mow — of the popular entertainment podcast, “Breaking Character” recorded weekly in Benton Harbor, Mich.
He’s been a hired gun for No Depression magazine, the roots music authority, writing cover pieces on Nora Jane Struthers & The Party Line, The Black Lillies, Eilen Jewell and more. His work also has appeared in The Writer, Notre Dame Magazine, The Indianapolis Star and Chicago Tribune among others.
Jeremy lives in South Bend, Ind., with his wife, Karyn, their son, William, a small menagerie of animals and an ever-growing vinyl record collection.