Jeff Cox


Professor of Music


Jeff Cox is Assistant Professor of Music and Coordinator of Guitar and Bass Studies in the Department of Music at Trevecca Nazarene University. Mr. Cox is responsible for teaching electric and upright bass as well as commercial theory, lab band and various music courses.

Mr. Cox received his Bachelor of Music in Commercial Performance from Belmont University and his Master of Arts Degree in Jazz Studies from Middle Tennessee State University. He has taken part in various clinics with Arturo Sandoval, Tom Scott, Jiggs Whigam, Duffy Jackson, Ed Shaugnessey, Pete Christlieb, Steve Houton, Med Flory Jimmy Rainey and Jamey Aebersold.

Jeff Cox has toured, performed and/or recorded with many well known artists and groups including: Grammy Award winning jazz guitarist, Earl Klugh; Jazz Saxophonist and Flutist, Nelson Rangell; Fingerstyle guitarist, Pete Huttlinger; country artists Lorrie Morgan, Trisha Yearwood, Ray Price, Billy Ray Cyrus and John Berry; Christian recording artists Kathy Trocolli, Jim Brickman, Greg Long, Lisa Bevill, Billy Sprague, Clay Crosse, Aaron Jeffrey, Sierra, Solomon's Wish, Tony Vincent, Nicole Smith, and Sam Levine. Other artists include Engelbert Hummperdinck, The Marvellettes, The Mills Brothers, The Tommy Dorsey Big Band, The Spinners, The Coasters. He has performed musicals and revues such as Evita, Little Shop of Horrors, Swingin’ on the River, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Now That’s Country, and Swing!