Jeffrey Joslin's musical journey has taken many twists and turns, but it seems the path inevitably led him back to his roots. The native Tennessean has returned to his hometown of Nashville after an eight year adventure in California. His ever-evolving sound has found solace in the roots of Southern gospel, folk, blues, and country music.
In the early days of his career, he explored songwriting and studio production at Middle Tennessee State University and in the Nashville scene while penning and self-producing EP's and albums and touring the east coast. In 2011 a management/production deal led him to Atlanta, Georgia, where he cut his teeth writing under the wing of Brian Richardson (B.o.B & Playboy Tre) and hip hop and r&b producers at Grand Hustle.
In 2012 the call of the west coast became too strong to resist and he fulfilled a life-long dream stirred up by the sounds of musicians like Brian Wilson, Joni Mitchell and the Eagles. As a child Joslin listened to the laid back sunset drenched sounds of California and imagined a life of family, surf and music on the West Coast.
After 8 years in The Golden State, his dreams have manifested in ways he could never have imagined. He released 3 self-produced full length albums (as Jef Joslin) while making his rounds in the Los Angeles music scene and generating over 1 million plus streams of his song "Sunshine."
He returned to Nashville in 2020 and now has over 10 releases under his belt. At 37 years old he is an award winning songwriter, composer and film producer. He recently joined forces with his wife and father to produce the award winning documentary "Sparks - The Ken Sparks Story."
The soundtrack he produced for the documentary "Come Out in Jesus Name," reached #1 on the iTunes Christian charts and #6 on the global mainstream charts.
His ultimate goal is to further the Kingdom of God by using art and music to glorify the name of Jesus, and to release Holy Spirit filled creativity into this world.
He is married to his wife Ciera and has two daughters, Feather and River.