Jeff Campbell is a natural, and any lover of music can see that when performing, he is doing what he was born to do. Jeff’s onstage experiences have found him sharing the stage with members of Counting Crows, Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead and opening for Grammy-winning band Train. Early 2012 saw the release of Campbell’s first-ever acoustic album, "Stop and Go". With this album, Jeff fulfilled his promise to stay true to the songwriting style that P&B fans have come to know but also to test some boundaries with production, approach and style. "Stop and Go" also boasts guest performances from several of the Bay area's finest musicians, including Megan Slankard, Brad Brooks, Austin Wilacy and James Deprato, who not only offered their performance talents, but also lent their hands with songwriting, arrangements and production.SF Recording and Mastering engineer Michael Romanowski approached Jeff in early Feb 2012 and said he wanted to start a live recording/DVD series from Coast Recorders, a staple SF recording studio that has been around for decades that he recently took over. He asked Jeff if he would like to be his pioneer act, recreating his entire last album (Stop and Go) from start to finish, totally live, in front of an invited studio audience. Jeff said heck yes, put an email out to my mailing list asking who would be interested, the response was overwhelming and we filled the room with the first 75 RSVPs, a 4 camera crew and full audio crew on Feb 26 and filmed and recorded it. They captured the full essences of a live, in studio performance of a record that had many tracks on the studio version initiially. We had fun Stop and Go Live at the Coast Primer DVD party this Friday at 111 Minna Gallery, San Fran, Ca Link to event https://www.facebook.com/events/206868272777784/
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