Music has certainly been a part of Jeff Mason's life for longer than he can remember. If you ask his family they will tell you he was singing before he could talk. When he was very young he took to instruments of all types but very quickly progressed on the piano since that was what he had in his Enfield NH home. He began writing songs on piano around the age of 10 years old but began showing more interest in his older brothers guitar. While living in Florida at the age of 13, his parents bought him an acoustic. Three days later in Kissimmee Jeff's band experience began with his friend Kent on drums (It's probably best there are no recordings of that). Since then, he has never been without a guitar. As soon as Jeff graduated high school he began making a living playing music. Since then and like most musicians, Jeff has played in a number of bands during his musical journey. Sometimes on Bass, other times on guitar. Most of these groups including, The Austin Winch Band, The Cast and Devout enjoyed mild success in the club circuit but all of these experiences helped develop his style. In the mid 90’s after a brief hiatus from live gigs, Jeff brought a group of musicians together to finish recording a number of his original songs. This project was called "Rock Mason" It was clear that there was something special about this music and the band decided to take it to the road. Changing the name to "The Jeff Mason Band" at the advice of a long time freind, this group of musicians began the journey of the JMB. As the songwriter, vocalist and guitarist for the band, Jeff found inspiration each time he played with this great group of guys. There is a magic generated among these players that all musicians strive to feel. Many of the songs on the Jeff Mason Band's debut record, “Get Busy Living,” have something special that is felt upon first listen. Check out the current JMB Live at their next show. Order “Get Busy Living” here in our store and keep your eyes open for the bands new disc "JMB Too" . Click the gigs tab above for appearances of the JMB paying tribute to the bands who have inluenced us throughout our careers.