Jeff Carson Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Biography

Jeff Carson Biograhy

Jeff Carson was an American country music artist has a Net Worth of $2 Million real all about his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Ethnicity, Nationality, Children and Biography in this blog

Jeff Carson Biography

Jeff Carsonwas an American country music artist. Originally a session musician in Branson, Missouri, and later a demo singer, he was signed to Curb Records in 1995, releasing his self-titled debut album that year, followed by Butterfly Kisses in 1998 and Real Life in 2002.Carson died from a heart attack at a hospital in Franklin, Tennessee on March 26, 2022, at the age of 58.

Jeff Carson Parents ( Mother, Father )

Jeff Carson was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and raised in Gravette, Arkansas.In his childhood, he played harmonica and guitar and sang in church. In high school, he and some friends formed a band. They won second place at a local talent show for performing the song “Seven Bridges Road”.After graduating, he moved on to another talent competition held at a park in Rogers, Arkansas. The winner of that competition then asked Carson to play in his band, which he did for four years until the band split up.

Carson later moved on to Branson, Missouri, where he found work playing bass guitar in local bands, in addition to writing songs.While in Branson, he met his then-future wife, who persuaded him to move to Nashville, Tennessee, which he did in 1989.In Nashville, he found work with a band that played at the Opryland Hotel, before convincing the hotel to book him as a solo act.He eventually recorded demos for other artists, before he was discovered by record producer Chuck Howard in 1994 and signed to Curb Records.

Jeff Carson Wife and Children

Jeff Carson married with his beautiful wife Kim Cooper.The couple got married and moved to Nashville in 1989.Kim Cooper and Jeff Carson have a son named Dayton Grei Herndon Carson.

Jeff Carson Career

Carson’s debut single, “Yeah Buddy”, was released in late 1994, peaking at number 69 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. It was followed by “Not on Your Love”, which became his only number one later that year.Both singles were included on his debut album, titled Jeff Carson, which produced two more Top Ten hits in “The Car” (number 3) and “Holdin’ Onto Somethin'” (number 6), the latter of which was previously recorded by John Michael Montgomery.

Carson released his second album in 1997. Entitled Butterfly Kisses, this album produced four singles, none of which reached top 40: “Do It Again” at number 55; the album’s title track (number 62), which was also a Number One Adult Contemporary hit and minor country hit for Bob Carlisle as well as a Top 40 pop and country hit for the Raybon Brothers; “Here’s the Deal” (number 64); and “Cheatin’ on Her Heart” (number 52).

Carson charted again in 2003 with his cover of the Christian pop hit “I Can Only Imagine”, a cut from a multi-artist compilation called God Bless the USA 2003. He also co-wrote the track “Where Has My Hometown Gone” on Craig Morgan’s album I Love It, as well as Elbert West’s single “Kimberly Cooper’s Eyes”. A duet with Lisa Brokop entitled “God Save the World”, released in 2005, also failed to chart. His most recent single, “When You Said You Loved Me”, was sent to radio in early 2007, as the lead-off single to an upcoming Greatest Hits package.

The single failed to chart, however, and his Greatest Hits album was cancelled. In February 2009, he retired from the music business and joined the Franklin, Tennessee police force as a full-time police officer.In 2012, he released two songs (the self-written I Fly Proud and the cover version of Dan Seals’ You Still Move Me) through his Facebook page.

Jeff Carson Cause of Death

Carson died from a heart attack at a hospital in Franklin, Tennessee on March 26, 2022, at the age of 58.