Live Music Night!

Posted by on Apr 13, 2016 in Features | 0 comments

Live Music Night!

Join us for The Steve Jeffris Show, every Wednesday night from 6-9pm at the Fort Ben Pub in Lawrence, Indiana.

About Steve Jeffris

Steve received his first guitar for Christmas when he was 13 years old. By his junior year in High School, he had formed a band and recorded his first album. In his senior year, he recorded his second album.

Through the 1980s, Steve worked with the band and as a solo artist throughout Central Indiana while maintaining a full time job in sales for a steel pipe and tubing distributor. In 1990, Steve left the security of his daytime job to pursue a career as a full time entertainer. During the 90s, Steve produced and recorded 14 albums which are now out of print. Currently, Steve has 11 CDs available which are listed in this website under the Recordings menu.

steve jeffrisToday, Steve makes a variety of appearances at Fairs, Festivals and special events throughout the Midwest. Each winter from January to Mid-March, Steve performs a heavy schedule of concert dates in Florida at RV Parks, Campgrounds, Mobile Home Estates and Golf Resorts. Steve sings and accompanies himself on the guitar with no tracks or canned music, just a drum machine to fill out the sound.

Most importantly, Steve entertains his audiences from beginning to end in a show format. Many of Steve’s peers refer to him as a True Entertainer, “The Real Deal”. If Steve hasn’t been to your town or special event, call 1-800-510-6614 for booking information.

Steve resides on the southeast edge of Indianapolis, Indiana with his wife Sharon on a rural property they affectionately call Jeffris Junction. The name comes from his interest in Trains. There is a restored 1906 B & O Caboose on the property along with an 1800′s Jail, a replica of a Train Depot, Crossing Guard Shack and other buildings. Steve and Sharon have two children, April and Brad, and eight grandchildren. The latest addition to the family is a Chihuahua named Duke.

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