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Friday September 5th – Jeff Black

“Like looking out a bay window at the grey poetry that is life, Jeff Black’s music is immediate in its grip and touching in its view of humanity. Black is a bard with the baritone contemplation of Leonard Cohen and the roots dialect of Townes Van Zandt; he writes songs that ache and haunt you, songs that trigger your empathy…Black’s “confessions” are

a painfully real listen, providing a satisfying catharsis to a despondent psyche.” ­ Mark Uricheck, Elmore Magazine

“This Nashvillian’s song craftsmanship has been described as “perfect,” and his works are, indeed, polished gems where not a word is wasted.   I think you’ll agree that this man is a special, special talent.” ­
Robert Oermann, MusicRow

“If you want to hear what one of the best songwriters in the US is up to, pick up a copy of B­Sides and Confessions Vol. Two. You won’t be disappointed.” ­ Steven Stone,
Audiophile Review

“Jeff Black can capture his feelings so deeply in his songs; it can sometimes be frightful to get too close, of fear of falling too deeply into them. Close your eyes, and take the leap. You will be rewarded.” ­M. Shiner, Amazon

Michigan music lovers here is you chance to experience  one of Nashville’s finest Singer Songwriters up-close and personal in Michigan’s most intimate Listening Room.  Jeff Black is a talented writer whose music has been covered by some of Country’s finest including Alison Krauss, Waylon Jennings, Sam Bush, Blackhawk, Jerry Douglas, and Dierks Bentley! – Steven Johnson, Comfy Couch Concerts


Nashville Artist - Jeff Black


After critically acclaimed commercial releases on label homes, fan favorite independent releases on his own Lotos Nile Music imprint, song placement on numerous independent films, thirty plus years of celebrated live performing and songs covered by artists as diverse as Alison Krauss, Waylon Jennings, Sam Bush, Blackhawk, Jerry Douglas, and Dierks Bentley, Jeff continues to solidify his reputation as a creative force in the roots genres. Continuing to evolve as a writer, performer and recording artist, Black has never before expressed so much of the creative process on his own terms, deepening his work and leaving the listener with some of Black’s most fully formed and resonant music of his career. This is a show not to be missed. Jedd Beaudoin of Pop Matters proclaims, “The tradition of an artist delivering songs that are damn near perfectly crafted and filled with the wisdom of the ages.


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