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Q: What do you remember about your audition?
Jeffrey: It was all a blur. I remember hitting that high note and thinking, "I hope I hit this right. I hope I don't crack. It was a long day and it took a long time to get to the stage."
Q: Did reality return when your son ran out?
Jeffrey: Yeah. When he came out on stage, I was more focused on making sure he didn't fall down [laughs]. He was running pretty quick. He's squirrely sometimes.
Q: What made you pick that audition song?
Jeffrey: I've been through a lot in this music industry, it's been a long road for me. Without getting too emotional, that song was a prayer to God for me to help me with my son.
Q: What would your debut album sound like?
Jeffrey: I hate comparing myself to other artists, but it's a lot like Matchbox 20 and Alice in Chains. Layne Staley is my absolutely favorite.
Q: How was boot camp?
Jeffrey: It was amazing. There is so much talent on this show. I can't remember seeing this much talent [on any other show]. But at the same time, it's a lot of recon. You're trying to read people and see what they're all about because the point is to win.