Jeff Blando

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Jeff Blando
Birth nameJeff Bland
Born (1964-12-06) December 6, 1964 (age 54)
Flint, Michigan, U S.
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, musician
InstrumentsGuitar, vocals
Years active1998–present
Associated acts

Jeff "Blando" Bland (born December 6, 1964 in Flint, Michigan) is an American guitarist who played for Michigan-based cover band, KODY LEE, Left For Dead and Saigon Kick. He is currently the lead guitarist for Slaughter and Vince Neil.

He has played with Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil, both with his former Saigon Kick touring bandmate Phil Varone, and with his Slaughter bandmate Dana Strum.


Jeff Bland (BLANDO) was born in Flint, Michigan to Elbert and Fern Bland. He has two half-brothers and three daughters, Koddi Lee, Jossi Rae and Zoey Lyn. After being in several bands, he joined Slaughter in 1998 as Tim Kelly's replacement after touring as their front-of-house sound technician.

Jeff also had a cover project CRASH that played bike rallies for RJ Reynolds (CAMEL CO.) in Daytona Beach for the past 12 years. The band consists of Blando (lead vocals/guitar), Will Hunt (drums) and Paul Drennan (bass). Blando is currently touring with Vince Neil as guitarist and musical director as well as working with Slaughter. Jeff finished recording & engineering the Vince Neil release Tattoos & Tequila due to release May 5, 2010. Also Blando has a three piece group called BLANDINI featuring Blando on Guitars & Lead Vocals, Zoltan Chaney on Drums & Pedro Sison on Bass.

He is also a motorcycle enthusiast, and owns one motorcycle having been built and customized by Count's Kustoms of Las Vegas.


With Left For Dead[edit]

  • Beatings From Orlando (1995)

With Slaughter[edit]

With Crash[edit]

  • Live From Daytona (2001)

With Vince Neil[edit]