Jeff LevineJeff Levine landed his first international road gig at the age of 19 with the Chambers Brothers, who asked Jeff to join the band at the height of their career.
In 1975 Jeff returned to Boston, his native area to pursue musical studies at Berklee College of Music. After graduating, he stayed on to teach for one year.
Jeff first arrived to the Jersey Shore in 1982 to join forces with Clarence Clemons and the Red Bank Rockers. Later moving to New York in 1984, he began landing such coveted gigs as Joe Cocker and Hall and Oates.
In the last 20 years Jeff has been fortunate to play behind some of Rock & Souls most prominent singers including: Whitney Houston,0 Michael Bolton, Michael McDonald, The Doobie Brothers, Al Jarreau, Grover Washington Jr., Dionne Warwick, John Fogerty, Carly Simon, Sam & Dave, Pink, Willie Dixon, Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr., John Waite, Howard Tate, Phoebe Snow, and Smokey Robinson.
Jeff has appeared in many Broadway Shows including: Movin' Out, Smokey Joe's Cafe The Civil War, Bright Lights, Big City, Rocky Horror Picture Show.
With a personal desire, passion and drive to play the Hammond B-3, Jeff started his Organ Trio in 1998 and is currently working on his first solo release. When not on the bandstand, Jeff is busy working in the recording studio as a producer/engineer. Through his career he has worked on over 40 lp/cd's with various artists including Ray Barretto, Manhattan Transfer, Tito Puente, Buddy Miles, Charles Earland, Bernard Purdie, Roy Ayers, Dr. John, to name a few.
In 2000 Jeff relocated to the Jersey Shore and now owns Organic Sounds Recording Studio in the arts district of Long Branch, NJ.
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