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Party Starts Here
  • Artist: Jeff Harris
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479803901
  • Item #: SRD980390
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 5/13/2008
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Party Starts Here on CD

Nashville singer / songwriter / entertainer, Jeff Harris. Taking a final drag on his cigarette before flicking it away as the lights go down, the roar of the crowd anticipates the lone figure about to give them everything he's got for the next four hours. Jeff Harris has traveled the world, whether by plane, boat, bus or motorcycle, coming alive the moment he steps on stage, determined to spread his gospel, song by song, city by city, a bottle of JD and a pack of Marlboros right next to his battered guitar. After more than a decade of one night stands, entertaining the masses and making the night complete, Jeff has released his finest hour, the album that makes it all worthwhile. 'The Party Starts Here' is an honest and compelling collection of songs that come around once in a lifetime, withstanding the test of time by sounding as fresh on the thousandth play as they did the first. In the fine tradition of semi-autobiographical introspection, Jeff gives the performance of a lifetime with 12 wonderfully crafted songs that celebrate his commitment to music and the road. You can smell the smoke and see the miles fly away under the wheels as he tears his way through radio-ready tunes that are built to be savored again and again. From the opening chords of the title track to the final majestic chorus of the final 'American Love song', a newly anointed Southern poet throws his hat into the ring with excitement, power, sadness and humor, harkening back to the days when artists made albums that meant something. Sit back, push play and find out why. It'll be the best 42 minutes of your day.