Jeff Oster / Blog
Jeff's music nominated for two JPF Music Awards
TRUE, my latest CD, and the song VIOLET - co written with Patrick Gorman - have been nominated for the 2009 Just Plain Folks Music Awards.
Violet has been nominated for Best New Age Song, and TRUE has been nominated for Best New Age Album.
Below is a link for you to be able to hear the song VIOLET...enjoy!
The Just Plain Folks Music Awards — what started as an informal way to recognize the best member submissions has grown into the largest Music Awards program in the world! JPF screens more than 350,000 songs and over 25,000 albums in 70+ genres from 100 Countries to honor the very best works of their members. Their volunteer judges include industry professionals, peers and music fans.
it's an honor to have made it to the finals...
Here is a list of nominees: http://www.justplainfolks.org/default.php?page=awards#;
The show is in Nashville TN on August 29...y'all come on down!!!! There will be lots of great performances, and even a few surprises....more on that later!
Thank you for listening to my music!
Jeff Oster on BlogTalk Radio with Jace Vek - 5/6/09 @ 12 Noon PST
A brand new exciting show featuring the latest in New Age music, and the artists who create it- brought to you LIVE with Emmy Award winning composer, concert pianist and recording artist JACE VEK. On this weeks show we will be featuring trumpet legend Jeff Oster. Jeff's last album, "True" which was produced by Grammy winner Will Ackerman was voted album of the year by our friends at Newagereporter.com- We're going to listen to Jeff's one of a kind sound and figure out what makes him tick! Dial In Number: (347) 996-5507
Jeff Oster - A tribute to the Cassini Saturn Mission
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unx0KmyYhBY On July 28th,2008 I was invited to perform Saturn Calling, a track from my CD "TRUE", at JPL in Pasadena,CA., as a part of the Cassini Program "End of Prime Mission " celebration.JPL created this video montage of photos sent back to Earth from the Cassini spacecraft now circling Saturn and its moons.The "wind" you hear in the song are the radio waves generated by the auroras of Saturn, as recorded by Cassini when it was 240 million miles away from Saturn.It was an amazing honor to perform this music in front of all of the scientists and support staff that have made the Cassini program possible.NASA and JPL created a feature on Saturn Calling, and posted it on their websites. You can find it here: Jeff Oster NASA Profile