Dr. J (Jeff Ewing) Live Entertainer – BIO
Dr. J (Jeff Ewing) is a Greater Toronto Canada Area (GTA) based Keyboard Musician & Vocalist One Man Band (Live Entertainer) that specializes in enthusiastic music (Classic Hits) from The 30’s to The 70’s, perfect for a mature audience that wants to dance or listen to Classic Hits from the past.
Music Genres (Period 1930’s – 1970’s)
Traditional Pop & Dance | Easy Listening | Crooners | Jazz | Swing | Big Band | Blues | Folk | Folk Rock | Country | Country Rock | Country Swing | Reggae & SKA | Rhythm & Blues | Soul | Rock & Roll |
Influences include Bill Haley, Bobby Darin, Bobby Vinton, Chuck Berry, Cliff Richard, Dean Martin, Dion, Elvis, Everly Brothers, Fats Domino, Frank Sinatra, Jim Reeves, Eddy Arnold, Louis Armstrong, Nat King Cole, Paul Anka, Sam Cooke, The Beatles, The Drifters, Willie Nelson, The Mavericks, CCR and Many Others.
Dr. J (Jeff Ewing) is available for: Retirement Communities | Weddings, Anniversaries | Significant Birthday Parties |Association, Club or Corporate Events | Community Events, Festivals and BBQ’s. Any Event where everyone would enjoy Fun Memories.
In-person & virtual performances are Now available subject to Covid-19 Restrictions.
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Service Area: Aurora|Bradford|Brampton|Caledon|Concord|Etobicoke|Georgetown|Halton|King City|Kleinburg|Maple|Markham|Milton|Mississauga|Newmarket|North York|Oak Ridges|RichmondHill|Scarborough|Schomberg|Stouffville|Thornhill|Toronto|Vaughan. Additional Travel Fees apply to: Ajax | Barrie | Burlington | Durham | Innisfill | Oakville | Orangeville | Oshawa | Pickering | Uxbridge | Whitby
Wikipedia states that Rock and Roll emerged as a defined musical style in the United States in the early to mid-1950s. It derived most directly from the rhythm and blues music of the 1940s, which itself developed from earlier blues, boogie woogie, jazz and swing music, and was also influenced by gospel, country and western, and traditional folk music. Rock and Roll in turn provided the main basis for the music that, since the mid-1960s, has been generally known simply as rock music.