Geils performing in concert
|Birth name||John Warren Geils Jr.|
|Also known as||Jay Geils, J. Geils|
February 20, 1946 |
New York, New York, United States
|Genres||Rock, blues, jazz|
|Labels||Arbors Records, Atlantic, EMI America, Rounder|
|Associated acts||The J. Geils Band, Bluestime, New Guitar Summit, Kings Of Strings, The Installers|
|Gibson Flying V
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Born in New York City, Geils grew up in Far Hills, New Jersey, where he graduated from Bernards High School. He moved to Massachusetts in 1964 and studied engineering at Northeastern University and Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
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- Jay Geils Plays Jazz (Francesca Records) 2003
- Jay Geils, Gerry Beaudoin and the Kings of Strings, featuring Aaron Weinstein (Arbors Records)
- Jay Geils Toe Tappin' Jazz (North Star Music) 2009
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- "Rock stinks? No, but for Geils, jazz and blues smell sweeter". The Eagle-Tribune. July 7, 2006. Retrieved February 8, 2010.
- Taylor, Sarah (July 9, 2006). "Veteran rocker returns to his first love -- jazz". The Boston Globe. Retrieved February 8, 2010.
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