Jeff's Newest Release:
The Kepple Family's newest release, "Living Room Sessions", is now available! This homegrown project features 11 new songs, recorded in their home studio, complete with the "near subliminal" sounds of home. Can you hear Mika's meow or Rosie's wagging tail thumping on the floor?
This authentic album includes two original compositions of Jeff's daughters, Kelsey and Natalie, as well as some sizzling instrumentals featuring Kelsey on the violin and Natalie on the Cello. Buy it now for $11.99 and you will have it in less than a week!
The debut album by Jeff Kepple's new
band Bright Avenue,
featuring his daughters, Kelsey, Natalie and Claire. Click
here for more information.
Let It Go:
A magical album featuring beautiful
back-up vocals by Jeff's three daughters, Kelsey, Natalie and Claire.
Click here for more information.
Welcome to Jeff's home page!
We hope and pray that in some way, your life is uplifted and strengthened
music. His two releases, "God In A Box" (2004) and "Let It Go" (2005)
offer an amazing variety of songs and styles that Jeff has become
known for. From passionate songs of worship to whimsical tunes about
the weather, to story songs about his family and patients.
Jeff is perhaps best known for his music inspired
by The Chronicles of Narnia. With the Disney/Walden movie "The
Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe" just around the corner, get in the spirit
with Jeff's hits "Aslan Is On The Move" (God In A Box) and "Just Behind
Those Doors" (Let It Go).
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Jeff's songs are bright with
spirit, melodies & lyrics
that live in your mind and heart long after the music
A BOX is one of the finest artistic accomplishments to be
exported from these High Sierras.
These 12 self-penned tracks convey profound, mature
Christianity. California-based Jeff Kepple marvels at the wonder
of creation and the fallibility of humanity. He is sometimes sorrowful
but always hopeful. His faith is simple but not simplistic. The
of CS Lewis is evident from the sleevenotes, the song titles and
the presence of Aslan on the front cover. On "Shadowland" Jeff
me close to your heart/My days are dark, I'm feeling alone." There
are lighter moments too with the chirpy opener "I Love The
the bouncy but stinging title track. What really makes this is
the remarkable musical way in which Jeff's friends complement
acoustic work and clear, easy vocals. Best of all is Mark Satterfield's
flighty flute and sumptuous sax. But that's not all. Every track
has a different instrumental delight: cello, violin, harmonica,
mandolin, banjo. (I can't believe I just appreciated the banjo!).
Amazing still is that Jeff's kids provide the occasional backing
vocal and it works, especially on the haunting "Holy Holy
Holy." A real
gem of a debut.
Cross Rhythms Magazine,
Jeff's Upcoming Performances:
Hospice Benefit, Town Hall theatre, Quincy,