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 home state 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, 2005 to 2010, he explored songwriting and studio production 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 holding a residency at Smith's Olde Bar while 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.
During his 8 years in The Golden State, he released 3 self-produced full length albums and an EP while composing music for feature and short films as well as commercials and TV.
Following up his April EP release, "California Gold," the singer/songwriter and producer has released a single for the times, in which he asks, "What Do We Do?" The tune has tinges of Americana Country as Joslin croons with sentiments of solidarity with his fellow man in these trying times. He has also released a music video directed by his family operated production company Native Wind Media, comprised of himself, his wife Ciera and his father Jeff, who shot the video. Joslin wrote and produced the track in his home studio in Madison, TN.
3/12 @9:30pm - Viper Room, Los Angeles, CA
3/13 @9pm - Topa Topa Brewery, Ventura, CA
3/19 @7pm - Leashless Brewing, Ventura, CA
3/27 @8pm - Leashless Brewing, Ventura, CA