Young Sleepy LaBeef
While Sleepy has an impressive discography of music, he is primarily remembered for his kickin, stompin' live shows. He was affectionately known as The Human Jukebox as he had memorized countless songs and would string them together into formidable medleys. He kept his band on their toes with short stops and quick changes; he expected them to bring their best to every show. Various news outlets pegged Sleepy as a road warrior. Sleepy brought the show and his family on the road, frequently touring internationally.
Sleepy's religious and political opinions were kept off the stage but those who were close to him knew that he was a firm believer in Jesus Christ as the way to salvation. In fact, a number of former bandmates left the music scene to serve in ministry after having a transformative experience with Sleepy.
NEXT GENERATION OF LABEFF MUSIC
The music didn't stop with Sleepy! Several kids and grandkids are pursuing music both professionally and as a hobby.
HARMONY PAUL LABEFF
Sleepy's son, Harmony Paul LaBeff, toured with Sleepy in the 1970s and then branched off on his own as a performer and songwriter in the 1980s-1990s. He had several bands in that season, namely Harmony and The Shakers. You can see/hear Harmony Paul's music here:
Sleepy's daughter, Jessie LaBeff once made an appearance on The Voice and was known to perform with Sleepy from time to time. Check out one of those performances here:
Sleepy's grandson, Harmony LaBeff, recently released new songs that are available everywhere that music is streamed/sold. Check out Harmony's music here:
Harmony and his wife Amaryah LaBeff also release music as The Scattergoods: