Jeffrey Scott Buckley (November 17, 1966 - May 29, 1997) was an American singer and guitarist known for his unique voice that spanned four octaves. He gained recognition through his collaboration with experimental guitarist Gary Lucas. In 1994, Buckley released his first album "Grace," which received critical acclaim from renowned musicians such as Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, Bob Dylan, and Paul McCartney. Tragically, before recording his second album "My Sweetheart The Drunk," Buckley drowned in the Wolf River at the age of 30. Despite his untimely death, posthumous releases including demo recordings and live performances have continued to showcase his immense talent.
Jeff Buckley's father was Tim Buckley, a musician who achieved success with folk and jazz albums in the late 1960s and early 1970s before passing away in 1975. Prior to his breakthrough in music, Jeff worked as a receptionist at Magic Hotel in Los Angeles for six years.
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