Somebody Got Happy Fingers
'Somebody Got Happy Fingers' is the first CD release by guitarist, Jeff Findl. The CD includes Jeff's nylon-string guitar supported by tasteful orchestration and percussion. This instrumental album has been receiving abundant airplay on a large number of non-commercial radio stations across the country. In August 2004, 'Somebody Got Happy Fingers' debuted at #5 on the New Age Reporter (NAR) Top 100 Muisic Chart. Eight of the 11 songs on the album have been played on the radio. In September 2004 the album was #8 on the NAR chart, with airplay in multiple countries in Europe, Asia and North America. Jeff Findl was the Winner of the 'Instrumental Artist of the Year' at the 2003 Los Angeles Music Awards. He was also nominated for the 'Guitar Player of the Year Award' at the 2001 and 2002 music awards for the same contest. Jeff's music style manages to fit within both New Age and Smooth Jazz genres. His music, like it or dislike it, is very unique sounding. 'Somebody Got Happy Fingers' was variously produced by Jeff Findl and Andy Cahan (long time keyboarist for 'The Turtles').