Hailing from San Fransisco, Jeff Trott is a multi-instrumentalist/songwriter/producer with a successful career spanning the last two decades. Trott started out as the guitarist for the San Francisco post punk outfit The Lifers, following with replacing Kurt Herr in Wire Train. When Wire Train broke up, Trott joined the UK band World Party and moved to London for a short time where he played on their critically acclaimed cult classic album "Goodbye Jumbo". Then in the early nineties Trott fatefully met Sheryl Crow and went on to co-write, and play on some of her best known hits, including “If It Makes You Happy”, “Everyday Is A Winding Road”, “My Favorite Mistake”, “Soak Up The Sun”, and “Good Is Good”. Trott produced Crow’s multi-platinum albums C’mon, C’mon, and Wildflower and has written and played on all of her records, including her current record Detours. In the late nineties Trott bought a house in the NW hills of Portland Oregon where he recorded and produced his first solo album "Dig Up The Astroturf" with Portland's own electronic whiz kid Keith Schreiner. Over the years Trott has amassed an impressive discography working with a myriad of artists like Augustana, Sons Of Sylvia, Kate Voegel, Counting Crows, Rob Thomas, Stevie Nicks, Guster, Fastball, OAR, Marc Broussard, Martha Wainwright, Aimee Mann, Natasha Bedingfield, Griffin House, Robert Randolph, and Adrienne Pierce. Currently Trott records at his Dr. Babyhead Studios in Hollywood, CA.