Japheth “Jay” Simpson – (rhythm guitar & lead vocals)

Jay has been singing for as long as he can remember. His writing began just after his brother Caleb passed away when Jay was thirteen; Caleb was a year and a half older at the time. Jay’s first original song was written in memory of his brother and titled, “Cold October” – the month in which his bother passed away. Since then he has been writing nonstop.

Whether he is writing about his personal experience of his family, wife, or his two young daughters, he has an imagination and sense of humor in portraying story through the words he writes and sings. One of Jay’s biggest influences in songwriting comes from the edgy and talented songwriter Brad Paisley. Like Brad Paisley, Jay’s song’s always tell a story and at times cross the line from controversial to entertaining everyday reality.

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In the past, Jay has performed with major label recording artists Sara Evans and has opened up for several other major label acts.A�Southern Bend and Jay Simpson thank you for taking interest in their music and hope to see you at one of their shows.

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