Former Chicago frontman, Jeff Coffey, makes his return to the stage to a packed house

Former Chicago frontman, Jeff Coffey, returned to the stage in The Woodlands, TX, for a special one-night-only duo acoustic performance with Rex Schnelle.

Online PR News – 25-September-2021 – Houston, TX – On Friday, September 17th, former Chicago frontman and current bassist for Don Felder (formerly of The Eagles), Jeff Coffey, returned to the Dosey Doe Big Barn stage in The Woodlands, TX for his special one-night-only duo acoustic performance with Rex Schnelle. This marked Jeff’s first time back to Dosey Doe since 2018 and his first live show as a solo artist in over a year. The evening ended with an encore performance and two standing ovations for the veteran musicians.

The set included music from Jeff’s 2020 album, “Origins-Singers and Songs That Made Me,” which features his take on classic rock favorites from the 70s through 90s from artists like Paul McCartney, Journey, and Rod Stewart, among others. These tracks blended seamlessly with singles from his latest release, “This Time Around,” and the fan-requested Chicago covers that were sprinkled in throughout the night. Fans cheered and sang along to classics, including; “Maybe I’m Amazed,” “Ask The Lonely,” and “If You Leave Me Now.”

Halfway through the show, Jeff stopped to thank our first responders for their ongoing efforts and later paused to reflect on the growing division in our nation and his hope for unity, which was met with applause and praise, before performing his single, “Someday.”

“...the song reflects on the division, which is a poison in this country. But, in the end, it always remains hopeful that maybe, someday, we’ll figure this out to coexist with one another in harmony.” -Jeff Coffey

Jeff currently has a few projects in the works and is gearing up for a promotional tour for “This Time Around” as more of the country continues to reopen. Over the past year, through all of the uncertainty of venue closures and ongoing show cancellations and reschedules, Jeff used this time to reconnect with his fans, playfully nicknamed “Coffeymates,” through virtual shows and social media. While demand for his solo live shows is rising, he is hopeful for a full tour announcement for 2022.

Watch the official music video for “Someday” on Jeff’s Facebook page:

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Jeff Coffey is a musician, singer, and songwriter who has released four solo albums that were well-received by radio and music fans. His songs are very relatable and bridge the gap between Pop, Rock, and Country. Two singles from his CD "Through Your Eyes" and "Long Way Home" made it to the Top 20 on the FMQB AC/40 Chart.

Much of Jeff's music has been featured on numerous TV shows on several major television networks such as NBC, MTV, CMTV, FOX, E! Network, HGTV, Travel Channel, A&E, Bravo, and the CBS Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. “Through Your Eyes” was prominently featured on the prime-time TV show “Men In Trees” starring Anne Heche.

From May 2016 to January 2018, Jeff Coffey resided as the lead tenor vocalist and bassist for the multi-platinum selling Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame group Chicago. “Never in a million years did I ever dream I would have the opportunity to play with a band that I’ve admired my entire life. I’ve been a huge fan of Chicago ever since I picked up a trombone back in the ’70s, and I thought Jimmy Pankow was most definitely the coolest trombone player EVER! Being on stage with Chicago was such an honor for me, and I had the time of my life!” He also toured as bassist for Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Famer Don Felder (formerly of The Eagles).

Jeff’s latest album, THIS TIME AROUND, was released May 28th, 2021, and has been well received by fans and the music industry as Coffey’s vocals and songwriting abilities shine through on this album. THIS TIME AROUND is Jeff's 4th solo studio album, and he continues to write and record new music, collaborating with many different artists and songwriters.

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