Jeff Ramsey (1967-2020) was a Professor at Berklee College of Music. Jeff toured and recorded the world over for such artists as Lalah Hathaway, Al Jarreau, Patrice Rushen, Maxwell, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Diana Ross, and Barbara Streisand, just to name a few. He did commercials in radio and television for Burger King, Levi 501, Mountain Dew, and Michelob. Jeff did solo work for many different projects including famed Tower of Power bassist, Rocco Prestia's cd entitled "Everybody On The Bus", and James Day's ep "Remember When" and CD "Better Days" with the latter two garnering the UK hit "Don't Waste The Pretty." Jeff lent his voice to James Day's 2nd CD project, "Natural Things," released May 11th, 2009.
Jeff's vocals can also be heard on a project released in 2009 on Plastic City entitled DKMA Presents Andrastea - The Ascent as well as a compilation CD released by Plastic City entitled Deep Train 6- Dedication. Jeff was also an educator and shared his experiences on the road and the studio with his students at Berklee College where he was a Professor in the Voice Department. He sang, did session dates, and performed around the New England area, and released his solo debut CD entitled My Best, in the Fall of 2009. For more info, visit www.jefframseymusic.com.