Jeff Golub (born April 15, 1955) remembers when he first
got bitten by the music bug: it was when the Grand Ole Opry came
to his Ohio hometown for a show. Golub vividly remembers seeing
a guitar player standing at the back of the stage and being mesmerized
by how "cool" he seemed. From that first exposure to country
music, Jeff went on to explore rock guitarists like Eric Clapton
and Jimi Hendrix, and blues legends including Buddy Guy.
Golub's first major gig came as a sideman to 80s rocker Billy
Squier; from there, he spent several years touring alongside
Rod Stewart. He released his first solo project in 1988, and
since then, has established himself as one of the most versatile
guitar talents in smooth jazz.
Jeff, his wife and two sons currently divides their time between
New York City and the Hamptons.
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