A native of Chicago and graduate of Belmont University, Jeff Pardo has been a part of the Nashville music community since 2000 as a touring musician, Grammy® nominated songwriter, and producer. Pardo’s musicianship and songwriting have always been driven by and rooted in diversity. In the past year, he’s had multiple songs featured on Country, CCM, and Hot AC radio and landed a major motion picture trailer with his song “Can’t Knock Me Down (feat. Anna Mae),” used in promotion for the film “On the Basis of Sex”.
Jeff’s versatility has resulted in cuts with top artists across multiple genres including Lady Antebellum, Mandisa, Francesca Battistelli, Zach Williams, Ben Rector, Micah Tyler, Danny Gokey, Tauren Wells, Matthew West, Austin French, Jesus Culture, Passion, Danielle Bradberry, Jackson Michelson, Brian Courtney Wilson, Ryan Stevenson, Andrew Ripp, Josh Wilson, Unspoken, Rhett Walker Band, Chris McClarney, Travis Cottrell, Brandon Heath, I Am They, and many more. As evidenced by his recent major trailer placement, Jeff continues to find success in the Film and TV space with additional placements including: Toyota’s Super Bowl Commercial, American Idol, ABC’s Station 19, Bachelor in Paradise, CMT’s Music City, and others.