Jeff Vincent

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Jeff Vincent is a professional singer/composer/musician and producer with international success. He started his career very young, writing and producing for Paul Lekakis' Tattoo It album, which featured the international smash hit, "Boom, Boom, Boom, Let's Go Back to My Room." Since then, he's worked with Madonna and written with the incredible Elmer Bernstein. His songs have appeared in such blockbuster feature films as "Dick Tracy", "Wild Orchid", "A Rage in Harlem", "Talos, The Mummy" and "Angel's Don't Sleep Here". Music greats Al Jerreau, The Seekers, Patti Austin and Curtis Stigers have recorded his songs. In the late 1990s, he recorded his own album, "The River Flows", in Australia for EMI Records with the legendary Desmond Child (BonJovi, Ricky Martin). In 2002, Vincent and his co-writer made history in Asia as the only Americans to ever have a No. 1 song chart over six weeks. In late 2003, he partnered with a recording/publishing company called SBI Incorporated/Planet Void Music. In 2004, he co-wrote the theme song "More Than Me" for the Disney film, "Stuck in the Suburbs", and in September 2004 landed the theme and additional music for "The Tony Danza Show" on ABC. Some of Jeff's other writing partners include Peter Rafelson (Madonna), Benny Mardones ("Into The Night"), Nik Kershaw ("Wouldn't It Be Good"), Jason Blume (Britney Spears' "Dear Diary"), David Nicoll (Nsync's "Digital Get Down"), and Michael Ochs ("On My Knees" by Jaci Velasquez), to name a few. Vincent continues to score numerous film and television productions as well as being in a top cover band, DSB, on the West Coast. Currently, he is a cast member and plays keyboards/guitar on "The Singing Bee", the #1 show on the CMT network. Jeff Vincent is also endorsed by KORG, one of the greatest keyboard manufacturers in the world.
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