Keith John Jeffery MRIA was an Ulster historian specialising in modern British, British Imperial, and Irish history.
|Born:||January 11, 1952|
|Died:||February 12, 2016|
|Residence:||Belfast, Northern Ireland|
|Institutions:||Queen's University Belfast, Ulster University|
|Alma mater:||Methodist College Belfast University of Cambridge|
|Notable awards:||Prince Consort Prize (1978), Seeley Medal (1978), Templer Medal (2007), Member of the Royal Irish Academy (2009)|
About Keith Jeffery
Best known as the lead singer and guitarist for the Australian alternative rock band Atlas Genius. He formed the group alongside his two brothers, Michael and Darren, in 2009.
He and his brothers initially began playing and recording in the family's garage. They then earned a playing residency at a local pub called The Lion, which gained them more exposure.
In August 2015, he and his brothers released the 2nd Atlas Genius studio album Inanimate Objects. It peaked at #150 on the Billboard Top 200 music chart.
He was born and raised in Adelaide, Australia. His father had played the guitar in his high school rock band.
He has stated that Atlas Genius has derived a large amount of inspiration from Ben Gibbard's rock band Death Cab for Cutie.
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