About


(b. June 1968)
Jeffrey Alexander grew up in a Baltimore Maryland church, the son of a preacher and organist/choir director. He is interested in using sounds and images to recreate the world behind his eyes, usually achieved through repetition and ecstatic improvisation. Music is the healing force of the universe. Jeffrey has performed in 20 countries over the last 25 years, exploring variations and experiments in folk, jazz, rock and minimalism. He plays guitar in The Dire Wolves Absolutely Perfect Brothers Band, synth and wooden sax in Jackie-O Motherfucker, and occasionally records celestial navigation music under his own name. He was formerly the Program Director of AS220 in Providence Rhode Island, where he curated four international music festivals and booked hundreds of events. He has also been a carpenter, FM disc jockey, espresso bar cafe owner, driven an Amish farm truck, worked in record stores in three states and lived in a van on tour with the Dead for several years. Jeffrey currently runs the A/V department at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. He also loves you, as evidenced by this website.

Tune in, turn on:  jeffreyalexander.bandcamp.com

Reach out of the darkness:  vibes@jeffreyalexanderlovesyou.com

background image is a still from the Jeffrey Alexander "Approach Lights Three" music video, produced and directed by Caitlin Denny