Jason Jackson with his saxophone casually posing against a brick wall.

First single released from new Jason Jackson album

Saxophonist and Billboard top 20 artist Jason Jackson is All In with the release of his newest project, an eight-track album that features collaborations with veteran contemporary jazz greats and rising stars. 

All In, produced by 14-time #1 artist/producer Adam Hawley, is the follow-up to Jackson’s debut offering, hit EP Movin’ On (also produced by Hawley) and features appearances by teacher and mentor Eric Marienthal as well as new friends: Gino Rosaria, Jonathan Fritzen, Chieli Minucci, and Mr. Talkbox.

Lifted from the album for single release is the R&B-infused groove and sultry sax-driven melody Through The Night – an undeniable gem.

Through The Night

  • Written by Adam Hawley, Jason Jackson, and Caleb Middleton
  • Produced by Adam Hawley
  • Saxes: Jason Jackson
  • Keys, Key Bass, Programming: Caleb Middleton
  • Programming: Adam Hawley
Through the Night

Jackson started to study music with long time James Brown saxophonist Leroy Harper Jr while still in high school. Jackson landed a gig working as a member of the house band at the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach, SC where he performed as the opening act for artists such as Brian McKnight, Morris Day and the Time, KC and the Sunshine Band, and Michael McDonald.

In 2011, he enlisted in the Navy as a musician where he was able to play for audiences all over the world including China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Australia.

During his first tour, he was awarded the Colonel Finley R. Hamilton Outstanding Military Musician Award and a few months later was relocated to the Seventh Fleet Band in Yokosuka, Japan where he lived for more than three years.

After his military service ended in early 2021, Jackson teamed up with contemporary jazz star Adam Hawley to create his first offering as a solo artist. Movin’ On is not only produced by Hawley, but includes him as a featured artist along with Julian Vaughn and Tim Bowman.

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