Jeffrey Bridges/Bassist/Producer


Jeffrey Bridges has been a touring, performing, and recording bassist since 1980. In the eighties while attending the University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, he was a founding bandmember of Bonnington Truce (A Southern Pock Combo), new wave power trio 3 Humans, and local R&B favorites The Rhythmtones. After moving to New Orleans in 1987 he joined the rockabilly band The Mistreaters, and was a cofounder of The Bloodhounds Blues Band and The Brint Anderson Blues Band. In 1994 he landed the bass gig with Jumpin’ Johnny Sansone and the Blues Party, and has been performing, recording, and touring with Johnny Sansone ever since over three continents, in countless nightclubs, blues festivals, and is a regular performer at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Jeffrey also currently performs with regional favorite blues artist Big Daddy O and Uneven Ground, and the Covington instrumental/folk duo The New Artifacts. Throughout his career Jeffrey has toured and shared the stage with such artists as: Greg “Fingers” Taylor, Kim Wilson, James Cotton, Eric Lindell, Susan Cowsill, The King Brisket Boys, Sonny Landreth, Monk Boudreaux, Charlie Musselwhite, Carey Bell, and Sam Myers.

In 2000 Jeffrey started recording, mixing, composing, and producing music projects after establishing Such A Sound Studio. Electronic music projects include, The Jingle Kings and To Be Wonderful. Recently completed projects include the 2017 folk/rock release by “The Mayors of Covington” with his wife and cofounder Annie Young-Bridges, the out of the blue 2018 release “Whatever You Do” by the rock/power trio 3 Humans, and the 2020 electronic music releases “Hollywood Bicycle Dream” by The Jingle Kings and “Almost A Lifetime” by To Be Wonderful.