Paul Jefferson is originally from San Francisco California, and has lived in Nashville for the past 20 years. He released a country solo album on a major label in 1997 and has toured with such artists as Trisha Yearwood, Dwight Yoakam, and John Berry. Paul co-wrote the Aaron Tippon #1 hit, “That’s As Close As I’ll Get To Loving You”, has had songs placed in two NBC movies of the week, and has had songs cut by other artists such as the Keith Urban, Buddy Jewell, and Little Texas. Paul has made a name for himself with “Check Please” and “I Might Just Make It” The “Nashville Scene” included Jefferson’s video for “Check Please” in its top 10 video for ‘97. Paul helped form the band hilljack who had national radio and tour success. hilljack had their celebrated debut on the Grand Ole Opry, and has won the “New Music Weekly” award of Band of The Year for 2005. In 2008 Paul was featured on the ABC network special “Six Degrees To Martina McBride”. In 2009 Paul toured with the renowned writer and therapist Dr. Patrick Carnes where Paul’s songs were incorporated into Dr. Carnes’ recovery seminar. Most recently Paul has been touring with his wife Lisa Brokop and they have finished a project together called the Jeffersons.
Songwriter, Touring Artist,
Country / Folk
Preferred Method of
Relationships & Agreements, Band Agreements, Co-writing, Management Agreements, Booking Agreements, Producer/Engineer Agreements, Recording & Distribution Deals, Music Publishing, Songwriting, Music Publishers, Pitching and Plugging, Crowd Funding, Recording, The Process of a Recording Session, Production, Engineering, Mastering, The Musicians, Live Performance, Being an Effective Band Leader, Being an Effective Side Person, Communicating With the Audience, Getting Your Message Across, Preparing For a Great Performance, Stage Presence.
"Nothing is easy"