Bio: Jeff Oxley

Bass Jeff Oxley has been a proud member of the Barbershop Harmony Society for over 30 years and a 25 year member of The Vocal Majority Chorus. He has served as the VM's Associate Musical Director since May of 2008.

Jeff has earned International Champion Quartet gold medals with the Rapscallions in 1984, Acoustix in 1990 and Max Q in 2007; seven Chorus Championships with The Vocal Majority and one Chorus Championship as director of the Masters Of Harmony of Santa Fe Springs, CA. He is the only member in BHS history to have won 3 quartet golds and directed an International Championship Chorus. Jeff is also a distinguished member of the Southwestern District's Hall Of Fame and honored recipient of the SWD's Award Of Excellence in 2000.

Jeff has appeared on NBC's "Today Show," TNN's "The Statler Brothers Show" and a PBS special, "Keep America Singing." He has shared the stage with many artists including The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, LeAnn Rimes, The Four Freshman, Lee Greenwood, The Lettermen, The Dixie Chicks, Mitch Miller, Isaac Stern, Pete Fountain, Jack Jones, The Dallas Jazz Orchestra, The Dallas Wind Symphony and The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

Jeff studied Vocal Performance at Bowling Green State University under Dr. Richard Mathey and Fulbright Scholarship Award winner Andreas Poulimenos. He is actively employed as a first call studio vocalist in Dallas and his voice can be heard on countless radio IDs and commercials worldwide. He resides in Frisco, TX with his wife Susan and children Blake and Lily.

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