Friday, February 21st at 7 pm.
The Wayne County Arts Council is proud to sponsor a concert by Jeff Bianchi on Friday, February 21st at 7 pm.
The concert will be held at the Jesup Presbyterian Church on Brunswick
Street in Jesup, GA. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students.
The primary aim of a musician is to take the results of their hard
work and make a positive impact on as many lives as possible. For Jeff
Bianchi, this is accomplished through his performances. As a dedicated
musician for 21 years, playing for an audience is an essential and
natural part of his life.
As a native of Williamson, New
York, Jeff began performing at weddings and cafes while still in his
teens. The uniqueness of the classical guitar coupled with his
professionalism enabled him to stay working over the years. As his
skills grew, he gave
full concerts throughout Western New York. His hard work earned him
performances at the Rantucci International Guitar Festival as well as
the nationally recognized Ithaca Guitar Festival. His concerts
continued with his move to Atlanta in the summer of 2002.
From 2005-2007 Jeff took a hiatus to tour nationally with Country acts
Young Guns (Nashville, TN) and Chace Roberts (St. Paul, Minnesota). As
an electric guitarist, Jeff toured much of North America; playing clubs
and dance halls with capacity crowds. It was an exciting time in his
life and was quite the adventure.
On his return home, Jeff
resumed his solo performances. By 2009, he was touring throughout
Georgia, playing in places such as Savannah, Tybee Island, Toccoa,
Richmond, Duluth, and Hartwell. Large, enthusiastic crowds were the norm
at these events. These positive reactions together gave him a goal to
take his music to a much wider
In February of 2010, Jeff undertook his first cross
country solo tour. Making stops in Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana and
Texas, he gave concerts for audiences as large as 600 people. The
overwhelming success of this tour enabled him to expand his solo career
to a national level.
Jeff continued his success in 2011 with
performances in Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina,
Mississippi, Louisiana and Florida. The 2012 concert season marked a
milestone in his career as he expanded his performances to opposite
sides of the country. Concerts were given in Idaho, Colorado and
Wyoming. Appearances were also made in Texas, Ohio and most of the South
Eastern United States. Jeff currently maintains an active performing
schedule on a national level.
Currently, Jeff lives in Lanier Harbor (Buford, Georgia) where his time is devoted soley to his