Texas’ hottest new country music artist, Jeffrey Charles, has charmed country music lovers all throughout the state. With slick moves, a rocking 3 octave vocal range and a band that makes you feel like you’re always in the front row, it’s no wonder Jeffrey Charles is a crowd favorite! He has shared the stage with country music legends such as the Bellamy Brothers, Johnny Rodriguez, and David Allan Coe, as well as some of today’s top 40 country picks including Steve Holy, Jaron Lowenstein, Danielle Peck, the Locash Cowboys, Casey Donahew, The Cody Johnson Band, Josh Abbott Band and Kyle Park. Viewed as one of Texas' hottest country sensations and rising stars, Jeffrey recently released his first hit single to radio, "Where Did I Go Wrong," which landed him a spot in the Top 100 and caught the attention of Texas country music legend Johnny Bush. It has been played on radio stations all throughout Texas, Oklahoma, and six European countries. The single, along with his boot-stompin', high-octane live performances, have thrilled audiences and garnered multiple high profile appearances on the KENS 5 morning show “Great Day SA”, WOAI’s “San Antonio Living”, the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, as well as KJ 97’s Rodeo BBQ Cookoff at Sea World.
Jeffrey, a Gulf War veteran and San Antonio native, has a tight-knit, five-piece band that performs an eclectic blend of original music that combines elements of bluegrass, traditional country, rockabilly, and rock, which has been described as Johnny Cash meets the Texas Hill Country - with Dwight Yoakam at the bar. It's retro-country with a rocking edge. And with the Multi-Grammy-winning Morales brothers (Michael and Ron) producing his first CD, "Lasso", he now has an EP full of radio friendly self-penned songs to share with audiences far and wide.
Winner of the 2013 "Best New Country Artist in Central Texas" by the Texaco Country Music Showdown, and recruited by NBC's hit TV show "The Voice", Jeffrey is attracting major attention from all across the world. He was recently selected to represent the United States in an internationally televised festival in South Korea. Back from his trip, he is now touring throughout Texas while spending time in the studio working on his full length album and next single, due for a 2015 release date.