Jeffrey Luck Lucas

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Jeffrey Luck Lucas
Jeffrey Luck Lucas at the 500 Club.jpg
Jeffrey Luck Lucas at the 500 Club in San Francisco,2008
Background information
Birth name Donald Jeffrey Lucas
Born (1962-09-23) September 23, 1962 (age 52)
Gary, Indiana, USA
Origin San Francisco
Genres folk, alternative rock, chamber pop
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, composer, arranger
Instruments Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist
Years active 1984–1987, 2003–present
Labels Evangeline, Antebellum
Notable instruments
1942 Gibson LG-2 acoustic guitar, cello

Jeffrey Luck Lucas (born Donald Jeffrey Lucas 23 September 1962, in Gary, Indiana) is an American musician. A singer/songwriter, composer, and arranger, he is also a former and founding member of the seminal 1980's garage band The Morlocks, as well as a formally trained composer and cellist.



  • Hell Then Divine (Antebellum, 2004)
  • What We Whisper (Antebellum, 2006)
  • The Lion’s Jaw (Growler Recording Co., 2010)


  • Cascade on Comes With A Smile Vol. 10 (Comes With A Smile Magazine, 2004)
  • Agnes, Queen of Sorrow on I Am A Cold Rock, I Am Dull Grass, a tribute to Will Oldham (Tract, 2005)
  • Whiteout on Songs For Another Place (Awful Bliss, 2006)
  • Pale Silver Eyes on Eye Of The Beholder IV (Tract, 2007)

Other Contributions[edit]

  • Cello/arrangements on Steve Von Till’s A Grave Is A Grim Horse
  • Cello on NeurosisThe Eye of Every Storm
  • Cello on Chuck Prophet’s Age Of Miracles
  • Cello on The Cult Inside My Head's (Pat Ryan of A Subtle Plague) Stalking Horse and Omnipowerless
  • Cello on Paula Frazer’s Now It’s Time
  • Cello/arrangements, bass, guitar, keys, backing vocals on Kira Lynn Cain’s The Ideal Hunter
  • Cello on Tom Heyman’s Deliver Me
  • Cello, backing vocals on Bob Frank and John Murry's Gunplay EP
  • Cello on The Dirty Pictures’ Shuttin’ Out The World
  • Cello on Rykarda Parasol’s Our Hearts First Meet
  • Cello on Highwater Rising’s Summer Somewhere
  • Cello on SF Seals’ (Barbara Manning) Truth Walks In Sleepy Shadows
  • Cello, backing vocals on Amee Chapman's Still Life


[1] [2] [3] [4]

  1. ^ Pearson, Darren Overs (2005), "Jeffrey Luck Lucas- Hell Then Divine" (– Scholar search), BBC "Music/Artists and Albums" [dead link]
  2. ^ Wolff, Kurt (2005), "All This and Hell Too", San Francisco Bay Guardian 
  3. ^ Jeffrey Luck Lucas bio at Evangeline Records 
  4. ^ Jeffrey Luck Lucas at Discogs 

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