“Jack Witteveen: A handyman with a heart for music. He is a builder by trade. He is a carpenter, a welder, and in the past, a builder of commercial buildings. Witteveen is also a builder of songs.Using the tools of imagination, passion, rhythm and expressive words, he fabricates songs that, he hopes, are just as lasting as the things he builds. The songs he writes tell a story, make a point, and, hopefully, stay on the listener’s mind. Recently, his acoustic guitar was within easy reach, and he picked it up and sang his ballads on home, love and America. Witteveen’s music seemed to come from the heart. “A song means more if it has passion,” the songwriter emphasized. “It can be good for dancing, good for listening. But it means more if it touches people.” He has recorded a CD, Jack Witteveen, which exhibits the variety of his originality. The ten compositions on the CD are country music in genre “with a southern rock kick.” These sentimental songs have a positive messag”
Witteveen is an Artist, singer/songwriter with a distinct sound and
likable style. Jack has appeared in several songwriter events and
showcases in Nashville Tn. at "Rudi’s", "The
Nashville Palace", "The Commodore" and "The
Blue Bird Café".
Besides recently opening for John Michael Montgomery in (Nashville), Jack has played the Nashville Songwriters Festival several times, as well as the Frank Brown songwriters festival in Gulf Shores, Al. He has worked or played with writers such as John Foster,(Beach Boys) Glen Douglas Tubb,( Skip a Rope) Jimmy Payne,(Woman Woman) Scott Hunt, (15 minutes of fame Jr.) Jerry Foster (ASCAPS) most awarded songwriter in history, Jerry has over 500 cuts and multiple #1s. "Chantilly Lace", "Friends",( Johnny Paycheck) "I’ll think of something", (Mark Chestnutt).
Jack Witteveen's self titled CD consists of soft ballads, country and a very popular southern-rock patriotic anthem. Jack's songs have a positive message, they're danceable and family friendly with something for everyone.