Jeff Andrew Simpson | I Believe That I Shall See (Psalm 27)

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I Believe That I Shall See (Psalm 27)

by Jeff Andrew Simpson

Well crafted, arranged contemporary Psalm songs with Beatle-ish overtones.
Genre: Rock: Soft Rock
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Jeff Andrew Simpson has been delivering the message of his faith through his voice as a teacher, performer, and composer for the past 20 years. His message is profound and speaks to a passion that is readily accessible to those who have ears to hear his music!

He started piano at the age of ten, quickly moving to guitar at twelve and discovering his innate ability as a composer at 14. His ministry for God began by playing at his school Mass during his 8th grade year and has continued ever since, playing an assortment of instruments from flute to piano to guitar to saxophone.

He began a career in Catholic education as a teacher in 1999, at St. Jude the Apostle in Atlanta, and soon discovered that teaching in the Catholic school system was his true vocation. Among his duties is the task of teaching middle school kids to play contemporary Catholic music as a band, as he leads from the piano or guitar. In conjunction with his job at St. Jude, he began his employment as the Life Teen Music Director at St. Michael the Archangel Church in Woodstock, Ga. in 2007. Here he began writing and performing music for the Psalms of David on a weekly basis, and found a niche that continues to this day. To date, he has written well over 150 Psalm songs and is currently working on a recording project that will feature some of these works, set for release in December of 2010. “The psalms are beautifully written poetry about a love affair with God”. Simpson adds, “David is pouring his heart out to God in letter form, imploring, praising and singing without reservation. His passion is dripping for music and as a composer it’s a pleasure and joy to discover!”

Jeff earned a Jazz studies on Saxophone from the University of North Florida, and a Masters of Music from the University of South Florida for Jazz Composition. In 2004 he released a CD of original jazz music, “In a Midnight Moon” which garnered much critical acclaim and features some of the finest Jazz musicians in the world. Married for 10 years to wife Deborah, they have a 3 year old child Gabriel and a set of I year old twins, Ava and Liam.



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Ken W.S.

This tune would get me to church on time!
very melodic! it's a great pop song with church lyrics...reminds me of Jars of Clay or DC Talk in the arrangement coupled with the message. If they played this in my church, I'm sure attendance would improve!

Corey Kondas

cool version of hymn
It is a very innovative approach to a spiritual tradition. I really liked the beatleesque type of sound. The harmonies are great and serve to draw you in to the feeling of grace found in this piece. Jeff Andrew Simpson has done a great job blending his passion for music and reverence for God in this little powerful hymn. As church music goes, this one rocks and offers a new way to praise God for

Robby Jetson

Yes! I'm a Believer!
I am a believer that great Christian Rock music exists, and this is it! Along with Jars of Clay, Matt Maher, and many more artists that go underappreciated, by the Christian Music mainstream, for being too musical? I don't know, but this is a beautiful arrangement with all the pop-rock elements. Right on Brother! We need more of this........