TESLA Frontman To Launch Country Music Project
TESLA frontman Jeff Keith will reveal the details of his new country project and CD release via his new country web site tomorrow (Friday, October 26) at JeffKeithCountry.com. The first 500 copies of the album to be sold will be autographed by Jeff.
Keith's country album, which will be titled "Jeff Keith And Country Music Friends", was recorded with a couple of his very good friends from Nashville, Tennessee, Kent Goodson and Pat "The Other" Boone. Goodson is best known for his work as George Jones' keyboardist for 28 years, from 1982 to 2011. He has also played a big part in the songwriting and production department for the project. Boone has been George Jones' monitor engineer for over 10 years now, and his role in the project is not only in the songwriting department, but also as captain of the pontoon boat on "Old Hickory Lake" where most of the CD's songs were written.
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