Jeff Umbehauer | Love You

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Love You

by Jeff Umbehauer

Americana- Fun, Sing and Dance along
Genre: World: Reggae
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Jeff’s music style, Americana, has been influenced by Sam Bush, Bob Dylan, Steve Goodman, John Prine, Bonnie Raitt, Arlo Guthrie, The Beatles, Jack Johnson, Ricky Skaggy, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, James Taylor, Bob Marley, The Grateful Dead, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald as well as various folk and bluegrass artists.

Since the early 1980’s Jeff has performed in many configurations, with his band or with the bluegrass band Blackjack. Venues included the 7908 Aspen Songwriters Festival, Musikfest, Mayfair, Steel Stacks, concerts for Montgomery, Bucks and Berks County Parks and Recreation, Carnivals, Craft Fairs, Street Festivals and clubs. Jeff has made appearances on Gene Shay and Helen Leichts’ radio shows on WXPN in Philadelphia.

In 1993 with his band, Dark horse, he recorded his first CD, “Bright Lights”. In the year 2000, Jeff recorded the CD “2nd Day”. Blackjack also recorded and released “Live at Harold’s Warehouse” in that same year. Jeff’s third CD, “Shoot the Breeze” was finished in April 2008. In 2011 Jeff recorded three new songs; The Wind, Sweet Talkin Momma, and Until the Kids Come Home. You can view the video of this at Umbehauer 1 until the kids come home.mp4 on you tube.



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