Jeffrey Steele Biography

(musician)

Jeffrey Steele is a singer-songwriter and musician from America. He is currently single.

Who is Jeffrey Steele wife?

As per the sources, Jeffrey Steele is single and not dating anyone at the moment. He remains low-key when it comes to his private life.

Also, he has not disclosed any information about his past affairs.

As per the other sources, previously Jeffrey Steele was in a relationship but there is no solid proof about his then-girlfriend.

Relationship Facts of Jeffrey Steele

  • Jeffrey Steele is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • His sexual orientation is straight.

Who is Jeffrey Steele?

Jeffrey Steele is a singer-songwriter and musician from America. Also, he has recorded his own material and has become a prolific Nashville songwriter.

He has co-written more than 60 hit songs for many famous artists, including Montgomery Gentry, Tim McGrawFaith HillLeAnn Rimes, Rascal Flatts, and Billy Ray Cyrus.

Jeffrey Steele: Age, Parents, Siblings Ethnicity, Education

Jeffrey was born on August 27, 1961, in Burbank, California, the U.S. As of 2022, he is 60 years old. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the Caucasian ethnicity.

According to the astrologist’s birth chart, his zodiac sign is Virgo. Jeffrey Steele’s real birth name is JeffreyLeVasseur.

His parents’ real identities are under review, at the moment. Further, he has not mentioned his parents’ and siblings’ real identities.

Moreover, as per the other sources, Jeffrey Steele was born to a musician family. He was born to a mother, a singer, and his late father, a country music songwriter. There is a dearth of info about his personal life.

Education

Talking about his educational background, Jeffrey Steele has not mentioned any info about this schooling life. Further, it seems like he completed his secondary level in private school.

Jeffrey Steele: Profession life, Career

At the age of eight, he showed his interest in music. Jeffrey Steele sang Three Dog Night’s, and Joy to the world for the first time at a Chruch Function.

After, this performance he earned his name, and fame. After that, he sang the song for additional several times. Jeffrey Steele stayed focused on his music career and songwriting.

At the age of 17, Jeffrey Steele performed with local groups and played keyboards at various gigs on the Sunset Strip.

He formed the band boy howdy, in collaboration with three other California musicians – Hugh Wright, brothers Cary and Larry Park in 1990, in which he worked as lead vocalist and bass guitarist.

Boy Howdy

Jeffrey Steele wrote a song, “When Johnny Comes Marching Home”.  Later on, Curb records signed Boy Howdy and made them change their group name to ‘New Frontier’. Boy Howdy appeared in a show hosted by Ralph Emery,  ‘Nashville Now’.

Ralph Emery liked the band name Boy Howdy which helped convince Curb records to let them keep the Boy Howdy name. In 1992, after signing to Curb Record.

Later on, steel was named as best Bassist and Male Vocalist by the California Country Music Association. Along with that, Jeffrey Steele was awarded BMI awards for co-writing their highest-Charting singles, “She’d Give Anything” and “They Don’t Make ‘Em Like That Anymore.

Solo

In 1996, Jeffrey Steele relocated to  Nashville, Tennessee two years before Boy Howdy was separated. In 1996, Jeffer started his solo career. Jeffrey Steele released his three solo singles.

In addition, Steele was signed to a songwriting contract, and also he began writing songs for many famous artists. His debut famous and hits songwriter was “If You Love Somebody” by Kevin Sharp, “Unbelievable” by Diamond Rio, and “Big Deal” by LeAnn Rimes, for this he was also awarded the BMI award. For two albums he sang backing vocal.

Somethin’ in the Water

Later on, in 2001, Jeffrey Steele was signed for his second solo recording contract with MonumnetRecord. His album was Somethin’ in the Water. For his three-album production, Jeffrey Steele co-wrote every song on it.

His album reached a peak of No 33 on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. This album has singles of Somethin’ in water(2001), I can give you love like that(2002)

These Days

Jeffrey Steele served and continued to write songs for many famous artists including Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, and Trace Adkins.

In 2002, he earned his first Number One song with Tim McGraw’s The Cowboy in Me. In 2002, Jeffrey Steele released the single “These Days” with Rascal Flatts, their first number one famous single.

Gold, Platinum, Chrome and Steele, and You Gotta Start

In 2003, his famous albums Gold, Platinum, Chrome and Steele, and You Gotta Start Somewhere were released.

In addition, Jeffrey Steele was named songwriter of the year by both BMI and the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) in the year 2003.

Outlaw

In 2004 Outlaw released his fourth studio album, on the Lofton Creek Records label. By the end of the year 2005, more than sixty of his songs had become chart hits.

Further, in the same year, Jeffrey Steele was accepted as a second Songwriter of the Year award from the NSAI.

“What Hurts the Most”

“What Hurts the Most” was Jeffrey Steele’s most successful single as a songwriter, co-written with English songwriter Steve Robson.

This song was a Number One single in 2006. The Hot Country Songs and Hot Adult Contemporary tracks charts for Rascal Flatts in 2006 as well as a chart single for Cascada in 2007.

In What Hurts the Most he earned the songwriter of the year and song of the year awards from BMI. In addition, Jeffrey Steele was awarded Songwriter of the Year by MusicRow Magazine.

Gold, Platinum, No Chrome, and More Steele

In the year 2007, Jeffrey Steele released his two other famous albums, and his second greatest hits record “Gold, Platinum, No Chrome, and More Steele” and in 2008, his tribute album “Countrypolitan” was released.

Along with that, Jeffrey Steele produced Keith Anderson for two studio albums: Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll in 2005 and C’mon in 2008. You Do Your Thing in 2004 and Some people Change with Montgomery Gentry’s

He co-wrote and served with Anthony Smith by Randy Houser with “Chasing Down a Good Time”.

Moreover, in 2008 April, Jeffrey Steele joined Jewel and John Rich of Big & Rich judge by being the judge with the talent show Nashville Star.

Apart from this, he served as a guest host for Bob Kingsley twice on the radio show Bob Kingsley’s Country Top 40. 

Jeffrey Steele was honored as a Poet & Prophet in the Hall of Fame’s quarterly series in September 2008.

Jeffrey Steele was nominated for Best Country Instrumental Performance in 1996, and Best Country Song in 2006. Plus for the second time also, he was nominated for Best Country Song at the Grammy Awards.

Jeffrey Steele: Net worth, Salary

Talking about his personal earnings, his net worth is approximate, $1.5 million as of 2022. In addition, his main income is his profession as a musician.

His annual salary and weekly earnings are under review.

Rumors, Controversy

Relationship Rumors

It was rumored that Jeffrey steel is married to his wife Stephanie. Also, he has three daughters—Jessie, Casey, and Justine.

In addition, Jeffrey Steele mentioned, his late son Alex, who died at age thirteen in a tragic road accident last year.

Moreover, there is no record of Jeffrey Steele being involved in any rumors and buzzes.

Owing to his long professional career, he has not been indulged in any part of controversy yet. He has maintained a clean image and low profile.

Jeffrey Steele: Body features, Height, Weight

He has not revealed his exact height and weight is missing.

Moreover, he has shinny blond hair with pretty blue eyes.

Social media

Jeffrey Steele is active on Instagram, his Instagram account has 8539 Followers with 243 Following under the user id @jsteelemusic. In addition, his Twitter account has 4363 Followers with 120 Following.

Moreover, his youtube channel and Facebook accounts are missing.

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