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Jeff Carson

Facts About Jeff Carson

Celebrated Name Jeff Carson
Age 58 Years
Nick Name Carson
Birth Name Jeffrey Lee Herndon
Birth Date 1963-12-16
Gender Male
Profession Country Music Singer
Birth Nation United States of America
Place Of Birth Tulsa, Oklahoma
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Horoscope Scorpio
Religion Christianity
Education US State University
Educational Qualification Graduate
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Body Type Average
Height 5 feet 9 inches
Weight 75 Kg
Eye Color Darkish Brown
Hair Color Brown
Net Worth $10 Million
Salary Under Review
Source of Wealth Music Industry
Sexual Orientation Straight
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Jeff Carson is an American country music artist who was involved in music from his childhood. He used to play harmonica and guitar at the church and later he formed a small band with friends and participate in the program and eventually won it as well. After that, he gives continuity of his music passion, and eventually he was discovered by record producer Chuck Howard and signed to Curb Records. After that, he has released 3 studio albums, 1 compilation album, and 26 singles until his death. Do you know that once he retired from music and joined the Franklin, Tennessee police force as a full-time police officer? To know more about him, you can read the below article.

What is Jeff Carson famous for?

  • An American country music artist.

How did Jeff Carson die?

Jeff Carson has passed away on March 26, 2022. He has died from a heart attack at a hospital in Franklin, Tennessee at the age of 58. After his death, many people tribute him through social media platforms. Some are mentioned below:

  • The Franklin Police Department thanked him for his "life of service & song" and said Carson "changed everyone he met, all of us, for the better!"
  • "He was a tremendous singer and one of the kindest people I've ever met ... I'll see you on the good side buddy," White said.

Where is Jeff Carson from?

Jeff Carson was born in 1963 to his parents. His birthdate is March 26 and he is from Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. His nationality is American and belongs to the White ethnicity. His birth sign is Scorpio and follows Christianity. Similarly, his parent's and siblings' details are yet to be disclosed. 

For education, He finished their High School education with Good Grades. After that Carson Jeffrey had done graduation with a Bachelor's degree from a US State University.

Country Music Singer Jeff Carson Career

  • Jeff Carson begins to play harmonica and guitar in his childhood. He gives continuity in his school days and formed a band with some friends. 
  • Later, They won second place at a local talent show for performing the song "Seven Bridges Road."
  • After school, he moved on to another talent competition held at a park in Rogers, Arkansas, and eventually won it.
  • He later moved on to Branson, Missouri, where he found work playing bass guitar in local bands, in addition to writing songs.
  • While performing at the Opryland Hotel with the local bands, he was discovered by record producer Chuck Howard and signed to Curb Records.
  • In 1994, he released his first single, Yeah Buddy which peaked at number 69 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
  • In 1995, he released his first album, Jeff Carson. The album contains six singles.
  • In 1996, he won the ACM Video of the Year for "The Car". He also co-wrote the song "Whoop-De-Do" with Keith Gattis.
  • In 1997, he released his second album, Butterfly Kisses. The album contains four singles.
  • In 1998, he released his eleventh single, Shine On. The single failed to reach the Top 40 and his third album was repeatedly delayed.
  • In 2001, he released another single, "Real Life (I Never Was the Same Again)" which reached number 14 at the end of the year.
  • The same year, he released his third album, Real Life.
  • In 2002, he has suffered a broken vertebra in a sledding accident at home. 
  • He 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".
  • In 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 Personal Life

Jeff Carson is a quite secretive person. He did not share a single piece of information regarding his private life until his death. Thus, we have no such information that says he is married or not. Also, the details of his affair are not available on the online sites yet. We are digging his private life, whenever we were updated we will let you know. until then, stay in touch with us for new updates.

How much is Jeff Carson worth?

Jeff Carson engaged in the music industry since 1980. He has released 3 studio albums, 1 compilation album, and 26 singles to date. Thus, he has earned impression money throughout his career. Based on some online sites, his current estimated net worth is said to be $10 million at the time of his death. However, his salary and other financial details are yet to be disclosed.

How tall is Jeff Carson?

Jeff Carson has a height of 5 feet 9 inches and he weighs around 75 Kg. He has a pair of darkish brown eyes and his hair color is brown. His other body information is yet to be disclosed. Overall, he has a fit and fine body until his death.

Did You Know?

  • In 2022, He passed away due to Heart attack.
  • He was engaged in the music from his childhood.
  • He was discover by record producer producer Chuck Howard while performing at the Opryland Hotel with the local bands.
  • In 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.