Jeff Keith Foeh has spent more years than he’d like to admit playing (and occasionally even working) all across the great state of Texas. His passion for performing his own brand of music has taken him from dive bars to grand halls, honky-tonks to auditoriums and even on occasion to the middle of some field on a trailer bed.
Jeff fronted the ever popular Redneck Jedi from 2006-2010, touring the region and releasing three albums with the raucous, red dirt rockers. Jeff and guitarist Dennis Phillips collaborated on dozens of songs, garnering acclaim from fans, critics, dj’s and industry insiders alike.
2010 saw the birth of a new project with Mike Poss on bass, Scott Rozen on drums and Mark Sebby on lead guitar and co-lead vocals. The group dove in head first and began storming the Texas music scene. Known for their high energy, in your face, fun at all costs brand of Texas country/rock, the band found their gig calendar filling up quickly.
Late 2011 found the project morphing into the Jeff Keith Band. Armed with their first release, Lost in Texas produced by the multi-talented Mark Sinko of Salmon Peak Recording Studio in San Antonio, they continued their successful run. The band was honored in January of 2012 to receive a Texas Music Award nomination for Best Vocal Group. Ensuing radio airplay saw Go to Hell (I’m going to Texas), Diamond Plated Heart and Never Walk Away spend time on the Texas Music Chart. Diamond Plated Heart broke the top ten in the Netherlands country music charts – who woulda thunk!?
The Jeff Keith Band’s sophomore release, Sorrows Creek hit the shelves in late 2012 and once again the band was nominated for Best Vocal Group for the 2013 Texas Music Awards. In addition, producer Mark Sinko was up for Producer of the Year. The record was well received and many of the songs have received extensive airplay through independent radio stations around the U.S. and Europe, Sorrows Creek, The Gospel According To Me, Come Around and Santa Says in particular.