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Jeff White discovered flatpicking in 1974 watching a PBS tv special which featured David Bromberg, Norman Blake, and John Hartford. Once he discovered Doc Watson he was really hooked.
He played in a number of bluegrass groups in college and found his way to southern Indiana (Bloomington) which had a lively bluegrass and old time scene. He joined Alison Krauss' band Union Station in the late 80's and made two records while there, "I´ve got that old Feeling" and "Two Highways". He moved to Nashville in 1992 and toured and recorded with Vince Gill , Patty Lovelesss, Tim O'Brien, The Cheiftains... He was also a producer of several Mike Cleveland's recordings for Rounder Records and recorded various CD's on Rounder.