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When talking about hotbeds of blues, cities like Memphis, Chicago,
Kansas City, St. Louis and even London and Toronto come out in the
conversation. Bradford, Pennsylvania is rarely, if ever, mentioned; for
now. A guitar slinger, singer and songwriter from that very city by the
name of Jeff Fetterman has just released his third album,
Bottle Full of Blues, and as Sam Cooke said, "A change is gonna come."
(JD Nash, American Blues Scene Magazine, Missouri)

"This is a band in the old-school sense, playing together to the point
where they know instinctively where things are going even if not
rehearsed.”
(Bill Wilson, Billtown Blues Magazine, Williamsport, PA.)

"He’s got an excellent voice which really comes to the fore
and his guitar playing is firmly in the white boy blues mode ala
Walter Trout, Coco Montoya and Eric Clapton (the early years)."
(Jim Stapley, The Rocker)

"Jeff Fetterman ticks all the right boxes as a tasty guitarist, decent songwriter who leads a good band that loves nothing more than
stretching on a mix of funky grooves and SRV inspired workouts."
(Pete Feenstra Get Ready to Rock Magazine)

"Jeff Fetterman is a relatively new artist, but he seems to have come to the world stage very well developed as a musician. Great playing, singing and songwriting never go out of style Jeff is a testament to all three."
(Lou Lombardi Blues Rock Review)

"The album is an elegant exercise of songwriting skills and phenomenal music ability, not just by Fetterman himself but by the whole array of musicians…“Southbound” is a rock tune that would have made Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis ecstatic with joy…incredible guitar ability with some very powerful vocals…”
(Gio Pilato, Blue Bird Review, United Kingdom)

Jeff Fetterman is a self-taught blues/rock guitarist influenced by Jimi Hendrix, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Jimmy Page.

Jeff’s aggressive style of playing is both passionate and heart-felt. He blends the genres of rock and roll, blues, Motown, and funk, molding them together to create his own driving sound on the guitar. His vocals are gritty and solid, giving his lyrics meaning beyond the paper.

Jeff's resume includes an endorsement with Zemaitis Guitars.
He was a 2018 Semifinalist at the Memphis International Blues Challenge and was qualified to return for the 2019 International Blues Challenge in January.
Jeff was the winner of the studio awards program scholarship from ASCAP.
He was named Best Up and Coming Blues/Rock Guitarist by Ohio radio station WREO.

Jeff's 2017 album 9 Miles to Nowhere was named the Best Self-Produced CD by the Blues Society of Western PA and forwarded to the IBC. The album was also named the 2017 Album of Year by the Rock Erie Music Awards (REMAs) in PA.

The Jeff Fetterman Band was also named the 2017 Best Blues Band of the Year at the REMAs. His 2016 release Bottle Full of Blues is still receiving critical acclaim both in the US and the UK.

“The album is an elegant exercise of song writing skills and phenomenal music ability, not just by Fetterman himself but by the whole array of musicians…“Southbound” is a rock tune that would have made Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis ecstatic with joy…incredible guitar ability with some very powerful vocals…”
(Gio Pilato, Blue Bird Review, United Kingdom)

The album was also named the Best Self-Produced CD in 2016 by the Billtown Blues Society of Williamsport, PA and forwarded to IBC’s.

Jeff has a three-song publishing deal with Transition Music in California,
which placed the songs in film and television such as NBC’s The Passions, TNT’s The Closer and the Spanish film The Tough Guy as well as in Ford auto commercials.

Jeff has toured the States relentlessly and has done shows with Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Ana Popovic, Mato Nanji & Indigenous, Joe Louis Walker, Jimmy Vaughan, Stephen Stills, Samantha Fish, .38 Special, Molly Hatchet, Jimmy Thackery, Chris Duarte, and numerous others.

"Jeff Fetterman is the real deal."
~Mato Nanji ~Indigenous