Jeff Campbell & Andrew Norsworthy
Jeff Campbell's onstage experiences have taken him to coast to coast countless times and have found him have found him sharing the stage with John Mayer, members of Counting Crows, Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead, opening for multiplatinum selling, multi-Grammy-winning band Train and performing on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show.
Recently selected as the winner of Guitar Center's National Singer Songwriter 2 Competition out of over 13,000 entrants, Jeff Campbell released In Spite of Everything, a 5 song EP produced by 6 time Grammy Winning Producer John Shanks, in late 2013.
Chuck Dauphin of Music News Nashville said Jeff's 2012 release Stop and Go is "an album that will leave you wanting more".
A Philadelphia native, Campbell moved to San Francisco in 2004 specifically for the newer Rock scene he had heard was developing. After a few years of trying to balance learning the West Coast Music Scene with his day job, the job was cast aside in favor of full time touring, writing and recording for a living.
Early 2012 saw the release of Campbell's first-ever acoustic album, Stop and Go. A live audio/video reproduction of the album was recorded and released later in 2012. Jeff has been touring the US to support these new releases since the fall of 2011. He will continue to do so throughout 2012 and beyond and will not stop until his piece of history is defined. He has played hundreds of shows in dozens of cities and continues to build a loyal following through live performances with personality everywhere he goes.
Andrew Norsworthy: I was born and raised in Anchorage, AK, and currently reside in the Pacific Northwest. I'm not sure if there's a connection between a lifetime spent slogging through long, dark, freezing winters and writing melancholy folk-flavored music, but that's my story, and it's probably too late to change now. I've been writing, performing, and releasing music for over fifteen years, sometimes as a part of a collaborative effort, but most frequently as a solo artist.
I started out in high school with my friend Jeremy Boyd in a duo called Constant Malachi. We performed quite a bit in Alaska and Texas during 1993-1996, roughly. We put out one record, which you can order as many of as you like by sending an email. While living in Seattle in my twenties I was a part of a wonderful band called Crystal Radio, which performed all over town and released two discs. I still perform occasionally with the members of this group, and the electric guitar and vocals of Patrick Porter (who now fronts his own band, Explone) are rarely far from my solo work. In past years, I've played whenever the chance has arisen in a duo with Jared Woods, a terrific singer/songwriter based in Anchorage. We've toured extensively together and still have plans to release a recording one of these days. My most current collaboration is with fellow Seattle singer/songwriter Gina Belliveau in our duo Hitch the Pony.
Starting with Stateside in 2003, I released five full-length records and an EP as a solo artist, and, particularly during the period of 2004-2006, toured just about non-stop promoting them.
On the road and at home I've had the pleasure of sharing the stage with such artists as David Mead, Josh Rouse, Kelly Joe Phelps, Dan Bern, Michelle Malone, Carbon Leaf, Rose Polenzani, David Garza, Magnolia Electric Co., Patrick Sweany, Pierce Pettis, Tim Easton, Willard Grant Conspiracy, The Amazing Rhythm Aces, Sarah Lee Guthrie, and Kevn Kinney of Drivin' and Cryin'.
My sixth independent release as a solo artist, The Key & The Cross, was released 11.1.2012. I perform frequently in the Seattle area, and still manage to get out there on the road for a week or two at a time when the circumstances are right.
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