Street Date: Oscar To GRAMMY? Jeff Bridges Goes Country For Self Titled Album

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[pullquote quote=”T-Bone really assembled some of the best musicians in the whole world.” credit=”Jeff Bridges, album trailer”]The Dude, [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Jeff Bridges[/lastfm], is widely known for his high profile acting roles in Tron, True Grit as well as his Oscar-winning role in Crazy Heart, but not many know his musical aspirations. Jeff Bridges isn’t his first foray into music. He lent his voice to “The Weary Kind” on the soundtrack for Crazy Heart and quietly released music on his own record label in 2000.

The self-titled album, Jeff Bridges, is a bluegrass infused country album that pulls on the heart strings of life, love and more love. The unique voices of [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Sam Phillips[/lastfm], [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Benji Hughes[/lastfm], and [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Roseanne Cash[/lastfm] support Bridges in a lyrical creativity that captures his vulnerability. “Slow Boat”, “Maybe I Missed The Point” & “Everything But Love” are perfect examples of their vocal marriage.

Jeff Bridges performs “The Weary Kind”

Jeff Bridges Album Trailer

Although Jeff Bridges has conquered Hollywood and bested peers seeking an Oscar, acting isn’t enough. Bridges has his eyes on Nashville, and quite possibly a legitimate shot at his very own GRAMMY. (Too soon?)


  • What A Little Bit Of Love Can Do
  • I Will Wait
  • Falling Short
  • Maybe I Missed The Point
  • Tumbling Vine
  • Nothing Yet
  • Blue Car
  • Slow Boat
  • Either Way
  • Everything But Love
  • The Quest

jeffbirdges albumart Street Date: Oscar To GRAMMY? Jeff Bridges Goes Country For Self Titled AlbumJeff Bridges’ self-titled album is now available on iTunes and Amazon.

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