Jefferson Hamer is a guitarist, singer, and songwriter from Brooklyn, New York. He has previously toured and recorded with Anais Mitchell (as co-creator of Child Ballads, winner of a BBC2 Folk Award), Sarah Jarosz (as guitarist and harmony singer on the Grammy-nominated Blue Heron Suite), and Session Americana (as producer and guitarist on Great Shakes) in addition to collaborations with Reed Foehl, Liz Hanley, Kristin Andreassen, Laura Cortese, and many others. His original songs and lead guitar work are featured on Alameda, an acoustic and electric LP featuring special guests from the NYC folk community and beyond. His traditional playing is featured most prominently in The Murphy Beds, a long-running folk duo with Eamon O’Leary. Jefferson is currently releasing a series of original songs recorded and mixed in the fabled 68 Jay Street building, situated down under the Manhattan Bridge overpass on the Brooklyn side of the East River.

New Singles out now


(Special Edition)

This Special Edition is a remixed and remastered version by Jeff Oehler of Beehive Productions, and contains two tracks not on the original release: an alternate version of “Moving Day”, as well as an acoustic version of “Vision,” featuring a wind arrangement by Alec Spiegelman. 

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