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Jeff Joad

Jeff Joad

Rock / Blues / Country Ojai, CA  US
Weep On My Grave
Weep On My Grave
Say A Prayer For Evelyn
Say A Prayer For Evelyn
Redemption Blues
Redemption Blues
Shine On
Shine On
Pull Down The Wall
Pull Down The Wall


Jeff Joad Live 7-5-2015 - Walk My Way - HI Rez



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  • Tracy O'Brien (Artist)
    Tracy O'Brien
    Really enjoy your work...especially Corporate Boot Blues))))
  • The February Coma (Artist)
    The February Coma
    Classic sounds with a modern twist! Keep up the amazing work!
  • Christopher Brant Anderson (Artist)
    Christopher Brant Anderson
    Great re thinking Ron with you.....
  • The Crush (Artist)
    The Crush
    Love when I find incredible listens and artistry, absolutely found it here! I look forward to coming back and having more listens..a pleasure!
    great work, stunning and excellent stuff
  • AJ (Artist)


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Sounds Like: Jeff Joad, Son House, Neil Young

Label: Ethnia Records

Manager: Relentless Pursuit Music

Bio: As his borrowed last name implies, Jeff Joads songwriting is aimed squarely at the life and times of the common man. Using the "dustbowl" heritage of songwriting greats like Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger, and the soulfulness of the great Bluesman like Son House and Howlin' Wolf Jeff seeks to co...See Full Bio

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"As his borrowed last name implies, Ojai singer-songwriter Jeff Joad (who recently performed in "Highway 150 Revisited: Songs of Bob Dylan") is a spiritual descendent of John Steinbeck. His sometimes political music (laced with humor and heart) speaks truth to power as he sees it. His first album "Time For A Change" drew parallels between what is happening on the streets of our cities today and the social ills of The Great Depression. His follow-up album "Judgment Of The Flame" expanded on that idea. His music is passionate and compassionate. . ."

— The Ojai Valley News

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Jeff Joad is back!
Jul 17, 2011

After a long hiatus I am back and ready to get at it again! Have written about a... [more]


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