"Bye Bye Blues" by Jeff Saxon

"Bye Bye Blues" by Jeff Saxon

From the album

Blujanova (Relevant Records) by Jeff Saxon

Editor's Comments

Time trapped easy listening tune. Like a slow speed Mike Macdonald ballad. Hide the razors.

About the track

A feel-good farewell to feeling bad in the spirit of Michael Franks. Jeff is a NJ native, but lived and performed in Los Angeles for many years, where he worked in the studio or shared stages with well-known jazz and pop artists such as Dave Koz, Little Richard, John Daversa, Norman Brown, and jazz/fusion group, Hiroshima.

Jeff has performed at numerous music festivals on both coasts and his musical talents have drawn praise from a diverse list of public figures, including Quincy Jones and former President Clinton. Jeff has appeared at several film and music festivals, including the 2012 World Music And Independent Film Festival in Washington, D.C.(where he won the award for Best Rock Music Video), The Telluride Blues and Brews Festival and the Philadelphia Music and Film Festival.

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