Growing up in New Jersey Jeff studied piano, trumpet, clarinet, saxophone, and guitar. He then took up the bass guitar at age 16 and studied music theory. That’s when he knew he found the instrument he loved. Major influences came from such diverse bass players as Chris Squire (Yes) to Tiran Porter (Doobie Brothers). After high school Jeff moved to New Mexico where he went to college in Las Cruces.
While at NMSU he earned extra money by playing rock, jazz, and country-western in various bands. Jeff moved to Albuquerque in 1982, and played in the bands One Of A Kind and Hotline. In 1986 he teamed up with Marshall Nelson to form Della Street. Della Street went on to become one of the most successful bands to come out of New Mexico, releasing an album of original songs named “Faces” in 1989 and touring for years across the country, sharing the stage with such national acts as Kansas, Cheap Trick, Mariah Carey, Foghat, Gary Richwrath, Molly Hatchet, Pat Travers, The Outlaws, Steppenwolf, and many more. Della Street broke up in October 1994.
In March 1995 Jeff joined the blues-rock band Stone Blue which lasted until 1998. He then got together with Bob Gordon and Dallon Clarkson in 2001 to form QuiZling which is still Rocking the Albuquerque area to this day. Jeff also plays with other bands in the area to fill up his need to make music!
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