About Jeff Vitelli... About the Artist.... Singer/ Songwriter Jeff Vitelli was born in Norristown, PA. Jeff began performing at a very young age and landed a role in the Broadway Musical "Nine" in 1983 as a regular cast member and understudy for the role"Little Guido" He developed his talent at Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts, Alma Mater of Boyz II Men, where he studied voice. It was during this time Jeff began playing keyboard and writing his own music. Over the years Jeff has performed in various Theater productions. He was also a lead male vocalist for the R&B group ELS based out of New Orleans, singing covers like "Sir Duke" by Stevie Wonder, "Let's Stay Together" by Al Green, "Route 66" by Nat King Cole. Jeff's powerful never fails to amaze audiences. His soulful style allows him to sing a variety of styles from Pop, R&B, Dance, Gospel, Ballads, Jazz and has caught the attention of well respected artists in the music business including dance diva Thea Austin and R&B diva Patti Labelle. Influenced by artist like Bonnie Raitt, Patti Labelle, Stevie Wonder, the Neville Brothers, Sting, Luther Vandross, The Pointer Sisters, Deborah Cox, Jeff has gone to the studio recording his original songs co-written with producer Dave Gerhart of Morning Star Studios and mixed by grammy award winning music engineer Glenn Barratt.
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