Jeff was among
the many talented artists spotlighted in an exhibition on
Leeds music in August, 2011.
THE Leeds Music History Project was the
brainchild of four people dedicated to the city of Leeds'
long history of great music great venues, great bands,
and great gigs.
Passionate about the music of Leeds
and wanting to make some noise about it, their first venture
was to put on an exhibition in the Crypt at the Leeds Town
Hall that showcased a collection of memorabilia, posters
and records from the Leeds music scene over the past 40
True to the DIY culture of the creative
scene in Leeds, this exhibition was pulled together by the
energy and enthusiasm of a group of volunteers, and all
the items in it have been loaned by bands and their fans.
The exhibition ran from August 11 to August
27, 2011, and was a great success, pulling in more than
1000 visitors. Highlights of the exhibition included the
Union Jack boots worn by Jeff during Christie's tours of
the early 70s.