Nobody Knows - Reviews The Wilton Bulletin - Connecticut - Janet Crystal - 'Jeff Harding returns to Wilton to perform this evening at the Summer Music & More Concert Series... Jeff's songwriting definitely has his own distinctive musical identity.' The Palm Beach Post - Charles Passy - Three Local Acts Worth Catching: Jeff Harding - 'This Palm Beach County-based guitarist/singer/ songwriter favors an acoustic style comparable to John Mayer and the Dave Matthews Band. See him Sunday on the Florida Crystals Stage.' The Palm Beach Post - Bill Meredith - 'Somebody certainly knows about this singing guitarist now because of his new CD, Nobody Knows. Mixing his influences with the steadiness of bassist Todd Harter and talents of producer/drummer Chuck Sabo, Harding created a pop gem along the lines of XTC and Toad the Wet Sprocket.' Greenwich Post, The Darien Times, New Canaan Advertiser, The Ridgefield Press, The Wilton Bulletin, The Redding Pilot, The Weston Forum, The Lewisboro Ledger (Connecticut) - Susan Shultz - 'His Viewpoint on music and his influences are clearly evident when listening to his CD. All 12 songs are thoughtful, well-written, musically gifted works that can easily hold their own with many of today's successful acts...although his sound is definitely unique. The new CD may be called Nobody Knows, but after listening to it, you'll likely believe that everyone will be getting to know Jeff Harding in the future.' The Palm Beach Post - Bill Meredith - 'Singer/ songwriter Jeff Harding makes quite an impression with his recent debut CD, Nobody Knows... Opening tracks like You're Just Like Me and She Doesn't Live Here Anymore, with their pop hooks and upbeat acoustic drive, have the most hit potential. Harding adds electric guitar on the occasional piece like Keep It Simple, a lilting ballad that showcases his lyrics and lead and harmony vocals... Harding's melodic sensibilities, and Sabo's work helps him avoid cliches and occasionally think outside the box. Say Goodnight, with it's finger-picked acoustic guitar pattern, whimsical lyrics, and creative rhythm section playing, is a case in point.' The Jupiter Courier - Carol Saunders - 'The Atlantic Theatre in Jupiter showcased the talents of burgeoning, young singer/ songwriter, Jeff Harding, and his new album, 'Nobody Knows,' Sept. 18 to a packed house... Harding's music has a good solid, well balanced sound and with a foot-tapping beat. His singing is smooth and appealing... his lyrics are direct, simple, and heartfelt... The crowd loved Harding's performance and responded warmly to every song. Harding is as good a guitarist as he is a singer and proved it throughout the show.' The Jupiter Courier - Carol Saunders - 'Harding's rock/pop, acoustic-and-rhythm flavored songwriting is melodic and intelligent... he has a smooth, easy delivery as he sits casually on a stool playing the guitar and singing his songs, including 'She Doesn't Live Here Anymore' and 'It Won't Be Me' from his album titled 'Nobody Knows.' The Palm Beach Post - Liz Best - 'If you're a Thursday night regular at Rooney's Pub in Jupiter, then you already know about Jeff Harding's knack for singing and playing the guitar, and music lovers everywhere might be getting a taste of his talent soon.'