Jeffrey LeVasseur, known as Jeffrey Steele, is an American country music singer and songwriter. Along with recording his own material, Steele has become a prolific Nashville songwriter, having co-written more than sixty hit songs for such artists as Montgomery Gentry, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, LeAnn Rimes, Rascal Flatts, Billy Ray Cyrus, and others. Between 1990 and 1996, Steele was the lead singer and bass guitarist in the country music band Boy Howdy, which recorded two albums and an EP on Curb Records, in addition to charting seven singles on the Billboard country music charts. After Boy Howdy disbanded, Steele embarked on a solo career, recording seven studio albums. He also charted four singles as a solo artist, with the highest-peaking reaching No. 33 on the country charts in 2001.
|Birth name:||Jeffrey LeVasseur|
|Born:||August 27, 1961, Burbank, California, U.S.|
|Instruments:||Vocals, guitar, bass guitar, piano|
|Labels:||Curb, Monument, 3 Ring Circus/Lofton Creek|
|Associated acts:||Boy Howdy, Miley Cyrus, Rascal Flatts, Montgomery Gentry, Keith Anderson, Billy Ray Cyrus|
About Jeffrey Steele
American country singer and songwriter who has created songs for Rascal Flatts and Tim McGraw, among others. He has had songs of his own chart, as well, including "Somethin' in the Water."
His first musical performance was a cover of Three Dog Night's "Joy to the World" while at church. He was the lead singer and bass guitarist for the country band Boy Howdy.
He changed his last name from LeVasseur to Steele to honor his dead father who was a steel worker.
His son Alex died in an ATV accident in 2007.
He wrote songs for country singer Faith Hill.
Information related to Jeffrey Steele
- Lofton Creek Records artists
- Musicians from Burbank, California
- American country bass guitarists
- Monument Records artists
- Country musicians from California