Linda Pinkow saluted Jeff in her Dec. 11 hour-long tribute episode of Mindblown: “MB #10: Going Home to the Music (A Tribute to Jeff Breeze).”
Alex McNeil played a two-part, two-hour set in honor of Jeff on Friday, Dec. 11. Part one: artists from the Boston area, 1953-1968; Part two: miscellaneous tracks, 1966-2020
Brian Sennett played seven Boston artists in tribute to Jeff during his hour-long episode of “Transistor Radio.”
Christina Spinelli played an hour of Boston bands in tribute to Jeff on “Sonic Mood Ring.”
Jmonatomic played an hour of local music for Jeff on Chemistry 101.
Jon Pollack played 90 minutes of music performed and/or aired in the Greater Boston area for his tribute to Jeff on “The Jazz Train.”
Ken Field, host of “The New Edge,” presented a two-hour Tuesday afternoon tribute to Jeff on Dec. 8, 2020.
Since 2003, Jeff Breeze was the host of “Pipeline!,” our 31-year old local music show. I passed the baton to him after producing it myself for nine years. Jeff suddenly left us four weeks ago, cause of death unknown, following the deaths of two other WMBR deejays five days previously. Sadly, Jeff passed at the premature age of 47. Had he been born and old enough to host Pipeline! in the ’60s, these songs (mostly by obscure local garage bands from all over Massachusetts) might well have been on his playlist. We will also do one set full of bands from Missouri, since Jeff went to college at Mizzou (the University of Missouri).
DJ David Mercado, who worked with Jeff at WMBR, played an hour of songs that he associates with Jeff.