Daily Discovery: Jeff Blaney, “The Wreckage”

Written by September 6th, 2012 at 10:16 am

Musicians Corner Fall 2012 Winner:

ARTIST: Jeff Blaney

SONG: “The Wreckage”

BIRTHDATE: 2/21/76

BIRTHPLACE: Hartford

AMBITIONS: To leave no stone unturned.

TURN-OFFS: Assumptions, stupid people.

TURN-ONS: A good melody, words placed perfectly, red wine.

DREAM GIG: Soundtrack to a Coen Brothers movie.

PETS: Hank and Alice, both stubborn, lovable hound dogs.

TV ADDICTIONS: no

MY PREFERRED METHOD OF TRANSPORTATION: Limousine.

5 THINGS EVERY MAN SHOULD OWN: Blonde on Blonde, Sgt. Pepper, A Love Supreme, After the Gold Rush, the 29 songs Robert Johnson recorded.

WORDS TO LIVE BY: “A flute with no holes is not a flute. A doughnut with no holes is a danish.”

I WROTE THIS SONG: because the melody would have drove me nuts otherwise.

Jeff Blaney was selected to perform on the Lightning 100 Acoustic Stage at Musicians Corner, Saturday September 8th in Nashville’s Centennial Park. Music begins at 3 PM and includes performances from Matthew Perryman Jones, Marie Hines, and Goodbye June.

 

Comments

Tags: , ,

Related Articles