If you look up Traditional Country Music in the dictionary, you would find the name Jeff Whitlow right there, along with Merle Haggard, George Jones, Vern Gosdin, & Johnny Cash. With his delightfully strong, baritone, country voice, he has attained much respect from across the country in the last few years. Whether he is   singing a Merle Haggard ballad, or lightning fast tune from George Jones, the results are always the same.

You get an extremely fascinated crowd, which just can't keep from clapping their hands, or tapping their

toes to the pounding traditional country beat.


The Old Barn Band’s sound has evolved into one of the most recognizable in North AL and Southern TN. Superb guitar picking Porter Dutton and 17yr old Ben Parker, keeps the crowd excited. With a thumping bass from Gaylon Parker, and a steady drum beat from Ryan Gilley, the music flows effortlessly off the stage.


Jeff & the band love all the Old Country Music from greats such as George Jones, Merle Haggard, Conway Twitty, Vern Gosdin, and their shows include many hits from each of them along with some of Jeff's

original material.


2014 has brought many new opportunities to Jeff & the Old Barn Band.  A 6th consecutive invite to the Historic Hank Williams Festival in Georgiana AL, where they performed along side Gene Watson, to the events largest crowd in history. A national TV performance to rave reviews on the RFD TV  Series "Shotgun Red".


The latest CD "Connie Collection has done extremely well, and their is a new Christmas Song being recorded for the 2104 Holiday Season.


Jeff and his "Old Barn Band" have had the opportunity to share the stage with many of country music's greatest, including George Jones, Charlie Daniels, Gene Watson, Merle Haggard, Jamey Johnson, Larry Gatlin, Aaron Tippin, Sammy Kershaw, Billy Joe Royal, Daryle Singletary, and more.  They even performed at the Governors Mansion on January 12, 2007 for Governor Bob Riley’s Inaugural Kick-Off Boot & Bar-B-Q Party.


"We have been very blessed with many wonderful opportunities, that would have never seemed possible 10 years ago when we first got together for just a jam session in the old barn."