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Jeff Golub

With a spirit, energy and diversity that are uniquely New York City, guitarist Jeff Golub will open the doors to Grand Central, his seventh solo album, on March 6th. Golub produced most of the Narada Jazz/Blue Note Label Group collection of electric and acoustic blues, contemporary jazz, rock and pop with Steven Miller, with a few tracks produced by Rick Braun and Paul Brown.

Roaring out of the station first is “Hello Betty”, which is engineered by Golub's cool-toned electric riffing and powered by an incendiary horn section. Conductors will begin punching tickets for the track at smooth jazz radio on February 5th.

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Albums

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Train Keeps A Rolling
Thrill Jockey
2013
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Train Keeps A Rollin
Train Keeps A Rollin
eOne Music
2013
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Blues For You
Thrill Jockey
2009
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Grand Central
Thrill Jockey
2007
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Temptation
Thrill Jockey
2005
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Soul Sessions
Thrill Jockey
2003
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