Jeff German & Todd May LIVE at Knoxville's newest venue, Open Chord Brewhouse & Stage! This was a last minute booking for the run down to Tennessee next weekend so please help us spread the word. We look forward to seeing all our Knoxville friends again! Thanks to Chris and Randy at Open Chord for working with us.
Jeff German & Todd May and Aubrie Sellers LIVE on the WDVX Blue Plate Special! The WDVX Blue Plate Special is a live radio broadcast beaming around the world from downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. If you're in the area join us live in the studio at the Knoxville Visitor Center, if you're not in the area and can't pick up 89.9 FM on your radio dial, you can tune in online and listen to the show live via streaming audio at www.wdvx.com. Basically what we're saying is, you really have no reason to miss this show! ;)
The Devious Angels, Jeff German, Todd May, Tim McNary and Mac Leaphart at Soulshine Pizza Factory, Nashville, TN as part of the Southpaw Supper Club. The "Southpaw Supper Club" is a concert series featuring a mixture of Americana, Rock, and Blues hosted by Mac Leaphart every Thursday evening from 6-8pm
Songwriter Concert Series
Sounds Like: Drive-By Truckers, Chris Knight, Mic Harrison & the High Score, The Mooncussers Rock and Roll, Scott Miller and The Commonwealth
Manager: Mike Shay, Shaman Management, LLC
Bio: Quality and passion are self evident; and their own reward. Jeff German’s yeoman efforts as a songwriter, lead-guitar player, and now, front-man, show a singular dedication to the art form of Mid-West working class music that is often lost to time, pretense, or low expectations. He defies all of...See Full Bio
“A Granville area rock musician, Jeff German, has signed a record contract with the Madison, Wis.,-based Slothtrop Music company, according to a record company announcement. “We are excited to have a songwriter of Jeff German’s caliber on our label,” said Slothtrop Music President Eric Hester. “He represents everything we love about music — great songwriting, exceptional musicianship and a solid work ethic.” German, dubbed a “blue-collar rocker” by the record company, has made numerous appearances locally, including the Granville Fourth of July Celebration, performing with local groups such as the Cur Dogs and Heavens to Betsy, and with other standout local guitar players in the Fourth of July “Guitar Gods” performances. He also was a guitarist for Columbus-based singer Lydia Loveless. “I am the son of a strong union electrician,” said German. “I am a husband, a father and a grandfather. I am a 50-year-old man who, after taxiing teenagers around and coaching h”