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The best kept secret in music

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Radio :
The Jeffery Brothers music has been played on air across Canada and even played in Argentina on Canal Trans (www.canaltrans.com ). CHOM 97.7 –The Spirit of Rock out of Montreal interview them also their whole EP was previewed on air! The Brothers are doing well on CMJ North America with over 20 College and University playing their music.

- Canal Trans


Distribution:
Independently 3500 units of the EP Splitting Headache have been sold off stage and through www.jefferybros.com. Distribution through The Orchard.com which feed HMV, Tower Records, Best Buy, Amazon.com and many others

- The Orchard.com


Film & TV:
Recently The Jeffery Brothers secured the theme song to the hit Canadian TV show, Scooter Girls on the CTV/TSN/ESPN Network. Scooter Girls, is a sports reality travel show like no other and you're invited to come along for the ride! Each week the viewer travels across Canada with Alayna and Skye on their scooters in search of a good time at sporting events! The Jeffery Brothers also have had a music insert in an independent film, BUMS (Substance Production). The Jeffery Brothers own a publishing company, Splitting Headache Publishing which carries their full catalogue of music.

- CTV/TSN/ESPN Network


Sponsorships:
Acquiring PF Flyer shoes to VooDoo Eyewear,The Jeffery Brothers have their share of sponsors! They started with a clothing company out of Toronto, Machine which helps out with sponsoring shows. PF Flyers helped sponsor the band with shoe gear .PF Flyers is an off stem of New Balance world wide. VooDoo Eyewear out of Florida helped sponsor they boys with full endorsement of there sunglasses line and helping promote the band in Florida.
- PF Flyer shoes to VooDoo


Argentina Canal Trans (www.canaltrans.com )
Cada cierto tiempo alguien sale a decir que el Rock & Roll muri�. Sin embargo constantemente hay bandas que siguen es sus garages, en sus s�tanos, en las salas de ensayo, haciendo gala de que haya frase hist�rica: �es solo rock and roll pero me gusta�.

The Jeffery Brothers Band deja bien claro, en su trabajo, a quienes dedican su m�sica. En el interno del CD Splitting Headache puede leerse: �dedicated to people that wanna rock!!�.

En este, su primer trabajo discogr�fico que consta de 5 tracks, se nota que no les asusta cargar con la historia de m�s de medio siglo de rock and roll. Con un sonido aggiornado y una base contundente demuestran que en el fr�o canadiense hay sangre caliente cuando a la hora de empu�ar una guitarra se trata..

Desde Midland, Notario, Canad�, listos para hacerse escuchar sin mayores intenciones, hasta el momento, que rescatar la esencia musical del rock, Jeffery Bros disfruta de los riffs que oscilan en los escenarios desde que el rock y el blues comenzaban a echar ra�ces para quedarse. Un primer trabajo que sienta prolijamente las bases como para partir desde all� hacia las rutas y los escenarios que terminar�n defini�ndolos como m�sicos..

SITIO WEB: www.jefferybros.com

por Jos� M. Pascual - por Jos� M. Pascual


The Jeffery Bros are stoked to announce that 'Scooter Girls', Canada's first reality show shot and broadcast in high definition television (HDTV) format has selected Rock It Out as their new theme song.

Scooter Girls is broadcast in HDTV on TSN Mondays at 5:00pm ET and Tuesdays at 4:30 am ET. - Scooter Girls TV TSN


Discography

Radio :
The Jeffery Brothers music has been played on air across Canada and even played in Argentina on Canal Trans (www.canaltrans.com ). CHOM 97.7 –The Spirit of Rock out of Montreal interview them also their whole EP was previewed on air! The Brothers are doing well on CMJ North America with over 20 College and University playing their music.

Distribution:
Independently 3500 units of the EP Splitting Headache have been sold off stage and through www.jefferybros.com. Distribution through The Orchard.com which feed HMV, Tower Records, Best Buy, Amazon.com and many others

Film & TV:
Recently The Jeffery Brothers secured the theme song to the hit Canadian TV show, Scooter Girls on the CTV/TSN/ESPN Network. Scooter Girls, is a sports reality travel show like no other and you're invited to come along for the ride! Each week the viewer travels across Canada with Alayna and Skye on their scooters in search of a good time at sporting events! The Jeffery Brothers also have had a music insert in an independent film, BUMS (Substance Production). The Jeffery Brothers own a publishing company, Splitting Headache Publishing which carries their full catalogue of music.

Sponsorships:
Acquiring PF Flyer shoes to VooDoo Eyewear,The Jeffery Brothers have their share of sponsors! They started with a clothing company out of Toronto, Machine which helps out with sponsoring shows. PF Flyers helped sponsor the band with shoe gear .PF Flyers is an off stem of New Balance world wide. VooDoo Eyewear out of Florida helped sponsor they boys with full endorsement of there sunglasses line and helping promote the band in Florida.

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Bio

The Jeffery Brothers

The Jeffery Brothers Band's debut EP, Splitting Headache, produced by Mark Berry (Headstones, Killjoys), hearkens back to an era of straight-up rock that existed before twins Josh and Nick Jeffery were even born. From the boisterous rock of "Splitting Headache" to the acoustic-based ballad, "Wishing," the trio, rounded out with bassist Andrew Hurst, delivers radio-ready rock.

"We were introduced to rock music back in the day," says 22-year-old frontman Josh. "My dad was a big Rolling Stones fan. We started to listen to his records and then got stuff from my uncles. AC/DC was the next big influence, then George Thorogood, ZZ Top, Molly Hatchet - we like the rock."

Born in Midland, Ontario, a small town north of Toronto, The Jeffery Brothers started working on original music when they were still in high school. The reason was simple: "it beats work," Josh laughs. "you get to see the world and meet new people, The initial plan was for Nick to play guitar and Josh to handle drums, but Nick beat him to the kit in grade 10. Besides, Josh had already pick up guitar a year earlier. "Neither of us took lessons," says Josh. "We used our own judgement on how to play." Josh would also sing. "Nicky's not the singing type," Josh explains.

The two not only entered school talent shows, but also played in their school band, The Academy Of Funk, and various others. Their music teacher, Mr. Henry, who had once worked with Vancouver's Grapes of Wrath, had a small eight-track recording studio in class, and allowed the students to demo. They also hooked up with a local studio called Mr. Digital. After recording some throwaway demos early in their band life, Nick contacted a friend in Nashville, TN, for some production reels. The most impressive, says Josh, belonged to Mark Berry, an American who had done aconsiderable amount of work in Canada in the nineties.

Checking into Toronto's Zolis Audio, with Berry and engineer Jim Zolis, The Jeffrey Brothers Band didn't have a third member, so they played all the parts
themselves - Josh on lead vocals, guitar and bass; and Nick on drums and background vocals.

They brought in five songs. The lead track, "Splitting Headache," has a distinctly old-school rock vibe, complete with guitar solo. "It's about everyday life -- just people bugging you," says Josh.

"Rock It Out," is self-explanatory, an upbeat song about having a good time, while "Flyin' High," is another happy tune. The ladies are drawn to the acoustic-based "Wishing", says Josh, and "Feelin' Fine" he penned about his "own feelings toward his
girlfriend."

The Jeffery Brothers added 20-year-old Andrew Hurst in the late 2003, after the completion of the Splitting Headache EP. And in the great tradition of Rush, The Tea Party and other famous Canadian rock acts, the line-up will remain a trio. Why?" We've had countless rhythm guitar players and they never worked"

Armed with the debut EP, The Jeffery Brothers Band has already started playing live in Ontario and will be hitting the road this summer for a cross-Canada tour.

Browse through the rest of the websitewww.jefferybros.com to learn more about The Jeffery Brothers.

Biography writen by: Karen Bliss