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“He’s a Nova Scotia-born guitarist extraordinaire now living in Nashville and currently on tour with Clay Walker,” Hope notes. “Kris added a dimension to this song that is undeniable.”” - Sandy Graham

Record World International

In broader terms, Hope describes “Goodbye Baby” as a “timeless breakup song with a punchy up-tempo feel” and big, harmony vocals. ” - Eric Alper

BK on the Scene

While the subject matter may be bitter, “Goodbye Baby” is bathed in smooth, polished production with melodic guitar riffs and rich harmonies thanks to Hope’s good friend and former bandmate, Nova Scotia multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Matt Muise-Dillan. The song’s production is thanks to another talented Maritimer, Kris Richards.” - Eric Alper

Little Green Footballs

While analogies and metaphors can be pretty and poetic and all, sometimes you just have to tell it like it is. And there’s no mistaking that Nova Scotian singer-songwriter Jeff Hope is giving a bad relationship the hook, both literally and musically, with his new single, “Goodbye Baby” – check it out on YouTube here:” - Sandy Graham

Cashbox Canada

I was playing guitar at age 11 however my passion for music really started at age 13. My father was a professional musician and started me on my journey. We built a home studio in the basement of our family convenience store 1990. I learned so much not only about music and music technology but also about computers. Music ultimately led me to a career in information technology.” - Jarod Smith

Volatile Weekly

Fill The Void is an apt name for Jeff Hope’s latest release. With almost 20 years between now and his debut album, Hope has plenty of lost time to make up for. The result is eighteen full tracks of pure, fun energy, laced with just a hint of the struggles Hope’s gone through in recent times.” - MAGGIE MCLEAN

The East Magazine