Jeff Mamett (from the album Carry Me Back available as a self-release)
In 2013 Jeff Mamett returned to a career in music after a twenty-five-year break. The quarter century away put Jeff in the role of raising a family away from the touring road that he worked playing six sets a night six nights a week with a band as well as time spent in Los Angeles and Nashville. Always a storyteller in his songs, Jeff Mamett uses his recent release, Carry Me Back, to introduce a new cast of characters as the honky tonk jukebox spins a song to explain an accelerated heartbeat (“Feels Like Love”). Jeff Mamett recalls hard times (“Poor House Road”), Texas nights (“Same Old Moon”) and drifts across the border as Carry Me Back deal’s a tale woven in rhythms that swirl like desert dust devils (“An Outlaw’s Song”).
While away from time in music, Jeff Mamett spent his days in the cattle business. Wide open territory is still the landscape in the stories of Carry Me Back. Jeff Mamett marks “Long Time Gone” on a vintage Country beat while his attention gets hijacked by “Jiggle in Her Wiggle”, tries to get traction in the breakdown lane with “Spinnin’ My Wheels”, and wraps a thickness in the melody to warm “Cold Front” while Carry Me Back shoots off fireworks for a new love with “Bing Bang Boom”).
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