Jeff, Robbie Wolfe, and bassist Cory Kay have been playing together since 1998, under the band name of Liquid Skye. In 2017, Jeff signed with Potomac records and recruited Todd Turgeon on drums.
Thus, The Jeff Carlson Band was born, in 2018.
After the fall of 2019, the label Potomac records folded, and Jeff signed a new record deal with RFL Records in late December of 2019. In February of 2020, RFL: Records released JCB's version of a remake of Foreigner's "Juke Box Hero" featuring Tesla's Frank Hannon on lead guitar, along with Jeff's first single "Screamin' Inside."
In October of 2020, Jeff signed a new management deal with Nolan Hodges of MK Music to further JCB's career, along with getting an endorsement deal with Spetraflex cables.
In the short time that the band has been together, they have released two singles, out on February of 2020, along with writing and recording a brand new full length album entitled "Yesterday's Gone," that will feature the great Mark Slaughter on lead guitar on a remake of Journey's "LaDoDa." The album will be releasing the first single entitled "Fire" which will be out March 19th of 2021. They have shared the stage with the following heavyweight acts: Lita Ford, Bon-Jovi's Phil X and The Drills, Faster cat, Bang Tango, Firehouse, Jack Russell's Great White,Tora Tora, along with three new shows in early 2020 with Electric Radio Kings, Jizzy Pearl's Love/Hate and the mighty Tesla, which will be rescheduled in 2021 with Tesla.