Genres:Folk, Funk, Pop Rock, Pop - Adult Contemporary, Specialty - HumanDrama/Emotions, Rock - Pop Rock, Rock - Alternative Rock
SmokeTree Records recording artist Jeff Coffey has released his second solo CD entitled “Long Way Home”. This new CD features nine brand new tracks that bridge the gap between Pop, Rock and Country and allows Jeff’s distinctive voice and crafty songwriting to shine through. Both radio singles "Long Way Home" and "Through Your Eyes" climbed there way into the Top 20 on the FMQB AC/40 Chart.
Jeff has toured and performing with such artists as Hootie and the Blowfish, Edwin McCain, Sixpence None the Richer & Vertical Horizon just to name a few. Throughout his career as a working musician, his recording credits include working with such great producers as Keith Olsen (Fleetwood Mac, Whitesnake, Foreigner), John Kurzweg (Creed, Puddle of Mudd), Justin Niebank (Keith Urban), and Stan Lynch (Don Henley). In 2003, with producer Joe Smith (NSync, Mandy Moore) at the helm, he produced and released his first solo CD featuring his distinctively powerful voice through soaring melodies and solid songwriting. The rich sounds of Jeff’s music solidly found their place on the Pop and Rock airwaves as many songs received spins on over 60 Top 40/AC stations across the country, as well as XM Radio.
After many packed shows at venues such as Hard Rock Live, House of Blues & SunFest, Jeff has established himself as a prominent force not only in the Florida music scene, but nationally as well winning accolades from Songwriters Showcase of America. In 2003, his song "Carousel" was voted Song of the Year and in 2004 he was named Male Solo Act of the Year. He has most recently been announced as a winner in the worldwide Song of the Year Competition for December 2006. Many of Jeff’s songs have been featured on several major television networks such as NBC, MTV, A&E, Bravo, FOX, E! Network, HGTV, Discovery Channel and the 2005 CBS Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The single "Write About Me", released in March of 2004, is featured in Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen's video game Sweet 16 Licensed to Drive and topped the NMW AC40 "Most Added" & "Prime Mover" Charts.
Jeff's National TV appearances include NBC's "StarTomorrow", "The Daily Buzz" on the CW Network and performing the National Anthem at several Orlando Magic games and Atlanta Braves spring training games. The undeniable heart-and-soul of this talented artist is evermore present in his music. "Music is the backdrop to our lives and I hope that my music can affect people. I don't want to sound like everybody else, and I certainly don't want every song I play to be more of the same thing. For me, the more curves there are on the road ………....... the more fun it is to drive."