Something For Everyone is the solo debut of Jeff Crawford, an artist/producer veteran of the Chapel Hill music scene. Raised in Winston-Salem with classical training, Jeff went on to major in Music at Chapel Hill and play with numerous ensembles – symphony, Jazz, Christian, and Rock. As a member of the band SpencerAcuff , he served as bassist, vocalist, and songwriter as the band grew from an acoustic duo to a full band touring the East Coast from Boston to Texas , and releasing two LPs.
After work on the second record with Nashville producer David Henry (Guster, REM, Josh Rouse), as well as studio work with Chris Stamey, Nathan Davis, and side project The New Darlings, Crawford opened up Chapel Hill 's Arbor Ridge Studios in 2005. Since he has gone on to do studio work for Roman Candle, Thad Cockrell, Chatham County Line, and the dB's.
In 2006, Jeff joined Roman Candle and toured in support of their record The Wee Hours Revue nationwide and in England. Currently the band is busy recording their next record in part at Arbor Ridge Studios. Still a member of Roman Candle, Crawford's songs on Something For Everyone date back to 2005, and have been compared to the Beach Boys, Beatles, Shins, Elliott Smith, and Ricky Nelson. Most of the performances on the records are Crawford, but guest appearances are made by his Roman Candle band mates, as well as members of The Old Ceremony and Pico vs Island Trees.
Jeff Crawford has played nationwide and in England , supporting such acts as the Indigo Girls, Wilco, Better than Ezra, and Cheap Trick, and at venues such as the Apollo Theater, Radio City Music Hall , and the BBC.