A native of Hartford, Connecticut, now calling Unionville, CT home, Jeff Przech (pronounced 'Presh') released his debut record "Sounds Like Fresh" in 2015. Called 'as Americana as they come' by one reviewer, Przech's music offers a different geographical take on the genre while still maintaining the characteristics of modern Americana music. Przech, despite hailing from the Northeast, offers a very authentic take on the Americana sound with a distinct lack of pretense.
Though 2015 was his debut as an original artist, Przech spent over a decade playing in the Connecticut cover band scene before deciding to devote his full attention and efforts to his own songs. Przech favors the narrative style of lyricism shown by modern artists like Jason Isbell as well as legendary artists like Kris Kristofferson, who Przech cites as his biggest influence.
Przech's newest record, "Jeff Przech & The Outfit," has more of a full band sound than his debut, heavy on Telecasters and a vintage vibe achieved by recording the record live in the studio. The songs on the Outfit record show an evolution and growth while still maintaining the narrative quality. "Jeff Przech & The Outfit" is due in late 2017 or early 2018. Przech has also started work on another project, "The Red Door Sessions," that will available through his website in early 2018.