Rising blues guitarist-vocalist Jeff Fetterman embarks on a limited, socially-distancing-conscious ‘Southern Son Tour’ (named for his just-released album), performing locally at Struthers Library Theater, 302 W. 3rd Ave., Saturday, October 17. Showtime: 8:00pm. Tickets: $25. (only 200 tickets will be sold). Info: (814) 723-7231 or visit http://www.strutherslibrarytheatre.org.
Jeff Fetterman is a blues/rock guitarist who delivers the promise to keep the blues alive and well. Inspired by Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Mato Nanji, Chris Duarte, BB King, and numerous other blues greats, he incorporates their style into his own and plays with a fiery passion that has earned him the nickname “Boss of the Blues.” Southern Son has been a project in the making for the past two years, coming together in California at Greaseland Studios working with Kristoffer “Kid” Andersen, established producer and guitarist for Rick Estrin and the Nightcats. “Jeff Fetterman and his band are top notch. Jeff plays and sings his ass off…It was an absolute joy to make music with these guys,” Kid said.
Fetterman has supported numerous national acts, including Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Ana Popovic, Steven Stills, The Rides, Jimmy Thackery, Indigenous with Mato Nanji, Chris Duarte, Jimmy Vaughan, Samantha Fish, Joe Louis Walker, Robert Randolph, Popa Chubby, and Vanessa Collier Jeff earned a coveted position in the 2017 and 2018 IBC in Memphis and has endorsements with Zemaitis Guitars and Nicola strings. Jeff’s goals are to continue touring, writing, and playing to both national and international audiences. For Jeff Fetterman, the end of the road is nowhere in sight.
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