Songwriter, Vocalist and Bass guitarist.
Jeff was born in London. He got his first bass guitar at the age of 14 and grew up listening to rock music, citing some of his influences to be bands like Deep Purple, Free and Slade. Currently launching a solo career with his debut album, "23 Years" and touring the world with Cats in Space, Glam Rock Super group, The Original Jukebox Heroes and a continuation of sixties beat group, The Tremeloes, affectionately dubbed, The TREMS.
Jeff is a musician with many years’ experience. He has played alongside a plethora of Rock Icons including Ian Gillan (Deep Purple), Bernie Marsden (Whitesnake) and John Coghlan (Status Quo) to name but a few. He was a formidable player during the New Wave of British Heavy Metal explosion in the early eighties providing bass and backing vocals for Wildfire and Statetrooper. He then joined Glam Rock band, Sweet alongside Mick Tucker and Andy Scott as bass player, ultimately stepping into the frontline and taking over lead vocals coupled with playing bass. He was in Sweet for 16 years and helped them to achieve a very successful comeback releasing two studio albums of new material and two greatest hits compilations, re-recorded with Jeff on vocal. He also toured extensively around the world with Sweet, keeping the Glam Rock vibe alive.
Jeff has decided it is now time to show the world what he is made of as a solo artist presenting his album of time honored rock with a contemporary edge, it is sure to be a huge hit amongst rock fans of all ages.
Jeff has an excellent global following, retaining loyal fans and constantly attracting new ones. He has played large capacity festivals in The Far East, Russia, Australia, The US and all over Europe.
Jeff was awarded an artist endorsement deal with British guitar manufacturers, Fret King and proudly plays the Perception 60 bass, the Perception 5 string and the Esprit 4. He is also endorsed by Dunlop strings.
You can read a more in depth catalogue of Jeff's musical career in the 'History' section of this website.