Jeffrey Halloran.Born-October 8-1966-New Haven-Connecticut -Mom-Sandra Glade-Halloran-German,Dutch,English,Irish-Dad-Thomas Patrick Halloran-Irish American-A MARINE.
I thank God for giving me the gift to SING! Following this dream for many years. I always believed that If you follow your dream you may just get there someday. Thanks so,so much to my family,friends,fans for listening and supporting me on my Musical Journey. If it’s a dynamic song or an up tempo funk grove, that’s when he is at his best. Phrasing and expressing lyrics are some of his natural self taught accolades that make his vocals so appealing and popular.
This Singer/Songwriter has fronted for numerous groups and bands as well as lending his talents to various charity events. New York and Boston Mass are a couple of places he loves to sing. In addition to a number of guest appearances with area artists his original music has been covered by some of Connecticut’s local act’s and entertainers. He is at home when singing, writing and express himself through his MUSIC and is so thankful to his fans for listening and continuing to support him.
Jeffrey first solo CD is entitled “The Soul”. This CD can be purchased online at cdbaby.com artist search. “The Soul2” should make its debut by summer 2013 watch for it!
Jeffrey was the lead singer and songwriter of the extraordinary Cubistic Jack. During his time with Cubistic Jack he consistently played 100 gigs a year. Played various radio dates on WPLR 99. 1 FM. WPLR radio morning personalities, "Smith and Barber" have named Cubistic Jack the "WPLR House Band". Worked various recording sessions at Right Tracks Studios in NYC and Master Sound studios in Queens, NY.
Played regularly at various nationally known venues such as Toads Place (Opened for Tower Of Power on 11/19/2000 and also for the Radiators in 1999) in New Haven, CT, Headlined at: Fat Daddys in Watertown, CT, The Oakdale Theater in Wallingford, CT, Foxwoods Casino in Ledyard, CT, Le Bar Bat in Manhattan, The Bitter End, Greenwich Village, etc.
Frequently headlined numerous outdoor gigs for crowds ranging between 1500-5000 spectators. These include, Opening for the Marshall Tucker Band at the WPLR -Â Concert at Yale Field. Winners of the "Emerging artisti Â contest held at the Milford Oyster Festival in August of 2000. Opened for Mark Farner of Grand Funk Railroad.
Consistently ranked in the top 3 artists in the Funk section of MPULSE-The Internet Music Chart ( mpulse ). Band Reviews: "Wow! Where the hell have these guys been?" - James Velvet, 99. 1 WPLR Radio * "Cubistic Jack has released an amazingly tight, full-on CD and should be seen live. Funkin' good time" - Craig Gilbert, New Haven Advocate * "Incredible Funk" - ...