"...Jeff Klein is a young man with a serious dark side. He's only 24, but he doesn't have that freshly scrubbed look..."
"...That's Jeff Klein. He kicked up some dirt here in Austin as a solo act before moving to New Orleans to work with Greg Dulli and the Twilight Singers in 2006..."
"...Jeff KleinEverybody Loves a Winner (One Little Indian) With his debut, 2000's You'll Never Get to Heaven if You Break My Heart, Jeff Klein turned heads here in Austin. Since then, he's developed a following in the UK, and has shared stages with like-minded songwriters Alejandro Escovedo, Richard Buckner, Will Sexton, and Eliza Gilkyson..."
"...Directed by: Chris Weitz and Paul Weitz. Starring: Jason Biggs, Chris Klein, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Seann William Scott, Alyson Hannigon, Eugene Levy, Mena Suvari, Thomas Ian Nicholas and Tara Reid..."
"...JEFF KLEIN: One of Austin's rising stars, Jeff Klein is a young singer-songwriter with a serious, cynical soul. His new sophomore effort You'll Never Get to Heaven If You Break My Heart on local indie label India is dark and moody, bristling with tension, yet possesses a melodic edge that draws the listener in and won't let go..."
"...Working as a government temp years ago, My Jerusalem's Jeff Klein found himself with some downtime, so he Googled how to build a website for his band, which is how he fell into self-taught web design...."
"...Christensen, who's never really recovered from his woefully vanilla reading of the strapping young Sith lord-cum-Tiger Beat pinup, here gets to keep a girl, although not the girl (and not at the Hotel Chevalier, sadly), and beam his molecules all over the globe without ending up like Jeff Goldblum in The Fly. Actually, taken at face value, Jumper is pretty slick, entertaining stuff, well-crafted by Liman; edited into a tight, action-packed bundle of nerviness by Saar Klein (The Bourne Identity); and scripted with not a little Marvel Universality by David S..."
"...JESS KLEIN: Not to be confused with local Jeff Klein, although they're both singer-songwriters and even once roomed together in Boston, this Klein is female and still lives in Beantown. Last year's Rykodisc bow Draw Them Near earned both critical acclaim and solid AAA radio play for its deft mixture of rock, folk, and pop..."
"...“The Skyjacker” (USA, 70 min.) Writer/Director: Jeff Pickett Cast: Jeff Pickett, Joan Alperin, Joe Willand, Lizzy Davis, Scott Edgecombe, Skip Colvin, Steven Klein Regional Premiere..."
"...Now, if the ABIA would just go ahead and put in that laser tag booth I keep suggesting, they'd really start getting some awards... Jeff Klein is adding a few letters to his record label's name..."
"...JEFF KLEIN: His first batch of notebook torn-outs was titled You'll Never Get to Heaven If You Break My Heart. His second, still looking for a home, was produced by Matthew Ryan..."
"...Geeks have monetized the ancient art of vote beggin'. The increasing trend of bands purchasing sponsored Facebook ads asking fans to vote for them was lambasted by My Jerusalem singer Jeff Klein in a recent post calling it a "weird priority" for bands to lay out cash to win an award..."
"...RWH is a Lone Star treasure. Margaret MoserJEFF KLEIN10pm, Nuno's Austinite Jeff Klein is a star in the UK, where his songs of heartbreak and the darker side of life cut to the bone..."
"...JEFF KLEIN: As if Britain didn't have enough to worry about with Tony Blair's war-mongering, along comes The London Times and hands Everybody Loves a Winner, Jeff Klein's stark sophomore LP, four stars. Jon Dee Graham better hop the same trans-Atlantic flight..."
"...In the tradition of Cotton Mather and Darin Murphy, Austin singer-songwriter Jeff Klein's new CD, Everybody Loves a Winner, has been drawing raves in England, with The London Times opining "... the first great album of the year has arrived in record time" in its four-star review....."
"...Frank Zappa spoke of jazz at the time, but its blues offshoot cousin today lacks any sort of bleeding edge, which then lends the format a peculiar odor. My Jerusalem, the Austin quartet led by the nearly always brooding Jeff Klein, isn't reinventing the genre, but they imbue it with a much-needed sense of danger in a style splitting the difference between Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds and Echo & the Bunnymen..."
"..."I wanna be the one who rolls you over," croons Jeff Klein huskily on "Mono," a paean to being the only one left deathbedside. Such sentiments serve notice that Klein's days as a heralded Austin singer-songwriter are finito in favor of this gritty yet atmospheric ensemble..."