Give us your bio Jeffrey Blute is a Musician from the United States and is the rhythm guitar player for Boston Rock Band, One Time Mountain. Jeff has toured the country performing music opening up for acts such as Buckcherry, Candlebox, Steven Tyler, Godsmack, Non-Point, and Cam’Ron. Jeff graduated from Middlesex Community College with a Degree in Music Performance. He has since then opened up a recording studio under the name, “Blute Productions”. A service of Mixing, Mastering, Production, and Graphic Design to artist all around the globe. He has produced for artist all the way from Canada to the U.K. such as OT The Real, & Lski The General. Jeff offers many services and looks forward to working with as many artist he can, any way possible.
Who are your top 5 influences? My top 5 would have to be; Scott Storch, Dr. Dre, Kato The Producer, Skynny Double Y, & Mook Beats. When are your new projects coming out? Right now the biggest project I have coming out is Lski The General’s New Mixtape, “The Warm Up” which is releasing online Thanksgiving Day. We’ve been working on the one for quite a while and I’m excited for the world to hear it. I’m also have a lot Singles coming out with other artists. As well as new instrumentals for sale on website every week. I’m working on a lot of stuff right now.
What helped you get into music? My family. When I was little my grandmother would always buy me first act guitars and toy pianos. When I was young I didn’t think much of it, but when my dad got me my first electric guitar at Christmas when I was 13, From then on my life was different. I instantly started playing in a band with kids from school and I’ve been on the stage ever since.
What is one thing you would tell your fans? Thank you. Thank you for always supporting me and keeping me motivated to move forward. I have been thankful to have so much support from the people around me. If it weren’t for you I probably would have gave up already.
What are your biggest goals for 2017? Well as 2017 comes to an end here, I’m looking forward to these final projects I’m releasing. As far as 2018, I have a lot I’m preparing for but my biggest goal is landing my first placement. I haven’t worked with any major label artist yet or any Film/Tv. But I’m making 2018 the year for that.