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Jeff Batson

Jeff Batson is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter originally from the St. Louis suburb of Cahokia, Illinois. He developed a strong regional following playing the clubs around metropolitan St. Louis before relocating to Nashville in 1997. Some of his more notable engagements include opening for artists such as Hank Williams, Jr., Keith Urban, Tracy Byrd and Collin Raye. The St. Louis Post Dispatch once called him "a natural frontman."

Jeff's numerous radio and television appearances through the years include a performance on TNN’s Prime Time Country and a reenactment role in an episode of The Discovery Channel's "New Detectives." Since relocating to Nashville, Jeff has concentrated on his songwriting while continuing to perform both with his band and at songwriter’s events.

As a songwriter, Jeff has over 40 cuts by other artists to his credit including success on the Texas Music Chart with Texas artist/writer Jamie Richards, who took their songs “Wasted” and “Last Time ‘til the Next Time” inside the Top 10, and the title cut on Tracy Lawrence’s Grammy-nominated gospel release, “The Rock.” His firefighter tribute song,“Don’t Call Me a Hero,” has received acclaim from the firefighting community around the globe, and “That’s a Winner,” his tribute to late St. Louis Cardinal’s announcer Jack Buck, remains a St. Louis baseball fan favorite. Two of his songs, “Make a Wish” and “Hometown Heroes,” were released as singles by Laura Bryna on her Equity Records project; “Hometown Heroes” was used by the Air National Guard in a national promotion that included both television and radio commercials. In early 2011, acclaimed country artist Clinton Gregory released Jeff’s song "When You Send an Angel a Letter" to radio.

Jeff possesses an authentic gift for songwriting, and he sings with passion that makes his music satisfyingly void of routine mediocrity. His work as both a writer and performer will excite any fan of good honest music.