Making a Scene Presents an interview with Jeff Engholm
Jeff Engholm has worn many hats as a bassist, singer, songwriter, actor, producer, recording engineer, conductor, and teacher. Instrumentally, he is primarily a jazz and rock bass player, and has played for 20 years in the George Maurer Jazz Group, which performs throughout the Midwest, including at the Dakota Jazz Club in Minneapolis.
As a vocalist and guitarist Jeff performs in “Takin’ It to the Limit”, an Eagles tribute show, “Floydian Slip”, a Pink Floyd tribute, “Rumours and Dreams”, a Fleetwood Mac tribute, “What’s Going On?” a tribute to the music of the Vietnam era, and “Wings Over America”, a tribute to Paul McCartney and Wings.
His own band, the Collective Unconscious, is a conglomeration of four studio albums of their own original music and large productions performing classic albums in their entirety, including the Beatles’ Abbey Road, the Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds, Simon and Garfunkel’s Bridge Over Troubled Water, The Band’s The Last Waltz, and CSNY’s Déjà vu.
He is a recording engineer and consultant at Rockhouse Studios in St. Joseph, working with and for the late 60’s pop sensation Bobby Vee and his sons, and has produced and engineered a multitude of projects in every genre.
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