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Jeff DeHerdt

General Information

Jeff DeHerdt
Artist Name: Jeff DeHerdt
Genre(s): jazz,pop
Contact: Jeff DeHerdt
jefdeherdtgroup - at - gmail.com
Years Active: 2000 - Present

Band members:
(Bold indicates
current member.)
Jeff DeHerdt -- keyboards, vocals
Jack Helsley -- bass
Bryan Meyers -- drums
Toni Bosten -- vocals
Tom Clark -- saxophone
Harry Goodloe -- drums, percussion
Peter Kienle -- guitar
Mike Stricklin -- saxophone
Joel Kelsey -- bass
Adam White -- drums
Nick Ashton -- drums
John Huber -- bass
Related Bands: CA3

Bio

As a child of the 70s and a teenager of the 80s, Jeff DeHerdt was pretty much a rock-n-pop junkie. The music of the Beatles, Billy Joel, Steely Dan and the Police were his drugs of choice. But, in the late 1980s, jazz became his nicotine patch. Influenced by pianists Thelonious Monk and Bill Evans, he began his composition studies and pop detox at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Mass. Eventually, he became re-addicted, this time to a certain blend of jazz and pop. He doesn’t know whether to call it Jop, Pazz or Jpaozpz. But, somebody should really stop him before he does.


Podcast Appearances:



Show #33
 (3/15/2009)

Show #100
 (4/24/2011)

Show #266
 (12/10/2017)
 
 

Featured Releases

Ghost Museum (Coming Soon)

 
Autumn House

     
Club Bordeaux

      
The Jeff DeHert Group (AKA: The Blue Album)

 

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