Jeff's song "Superman" is one of 150 songs chosen (out of 1700) by Radio Airplay to appear in their Independent Valentine's Day '15 station on Jango.com.
"Strahan is a fiery Texas spirit, a killer guitar player & piano pounder and singer, as wild as the high plains from which he hails, and as cool as the hill country where he lives. He’s as real & strong as lightning, I swear, and I love being around him, to hear how he's going to knock me out next." ~Walt Wilkens, Producer, Singer/Songwriter
As if growing up in Lamesa, Texas, (population 9,422 from the 2010 census, located south of Lubbock on the Llano Estacado) is not bad enough, Jeff Strahan also studied and practiced law. But he returned to his roots as a third generation garage “bandanista” and is now a full time, axe wielding, keyboard slamming,Texas blues rocking musician. The world is better off on both accounts; we have one less lawyer to deal with and one more great musician to listen to. But we almost did not have this- he first had to beat a terminal illness and regain his strength to perform, tour, write, record and compete in the IBCs. His musical style swings on both sides of the border, with flaming hot Texas guitar licks sometimes with a Mexican influence.
Strahan’s music is southern rock, blues, folk and more all rolled into one. If the Marshall Tucker Band had come from Lubbock, Texas instead of South Carolina, they might have sounded a lot like this. From the blistering guitar to the laid back lyrics, the music oozes Texas and sounds mighty fine. If you are looking for some great blues influenced rock done up hot and spicy Texas-styled, you need look no further. And if you are a fan of big guitar solos and a band that can jam with the best of them, this will make your day.
It might be easy to characterize Strahan's music and his band as a blues rock band. And while that's accurate in a general sense, it's more useful to think of Strahan as a good time band. Wait, scratch that; a huge, kick-ass, great time band. He's having fun, the band's having fun, he loves what he's doing and if you can't hear that in his music, you might need a hearing aid.
In addition to Texas-quality musicianship, Strahan's music makes for pure joy-ride-style fun; think of a Saturday night bar packed with people ready to drink, dance and party. If you walk away from an evening with Strahan all cold quenched serious and shit, you might need a vacation."~ Bill Aspenwall, Texas Music Journal