Jeffrey James sings a lot like he talks–a little bit lower and more robust than you'd expect. From stage to studio, his music delivers a soul groove with a splash of rock.
The 2014 EP, I'm Wide Awake, is made up of seven songs tied together by Jeffrey's voice and soulful rhythms.
The project EP is available on all major digital music stores, at live shows, and your favorite streaming services.
Prefer TV? If you catch the right episode, you just may hear "Bad Woman" on ABC's Nashville or "Carry You" on MTV's Finding Carter.
Jeffrey James doesn't sing. His band doesn't play. Once you hear the first note, it's easy to see that Jeffrey James Music is a performance. Powerful lead vocals come standard with a collection of kids who have rhythm in their hands and their feet. No really, they move on stage and it just feels right.
Whether it's a simple love song or a full out rock tune, energy, quality, and excitement can be expected from start to end. Oh, and in case you like eye candy – tailored jackets, trimmed beards, delicious curves, and sexy instruments cover all bases of desire.
Before the Wide Awake Project, Jeffrey released "Make Your Way to the Flashing Lights." The 2012 EP is a collection of rock songs infused with catchy rhythms and intense vocals reminiscent of old soul music. Produced and mixed by Konrad Snyder (Kopecky Family Band, Night Beds, Sugar and the Hi Lows), the five-track album is a compilation of songs that range from simple hooks, and blues shuffle to dirty dap-tone like horns and ominous arrangement of strings.
Touring colleges and venues around the country, Jeffrey's setlist includes songs from his 2012, 2013, and 2014 projects– sometimes even a cover or two delivered in a way you wouldn't expect.