Jackson has been involved in music since he was three years old, first taking lessons to learn how to read music. He began playing the guitar at ten; “Paperback Writer” by The Beatles was the song that made him want to play. However, he didn’t become serious about playing the guitar until the age of fifteen after he discovered Led Zeppelin. Now twenty, he has devoted almost all of his free time to become the best guitarist he can be, and is ready to hit the scene.
Some of his biggest influences include Bruce Springsteen, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Rush, Jimi Hendrix, Dire Straits, John Mellencamp, Bob Seger, Tom Petty among many other similar artists.
Jackson hopes that in the near future he will sign a record deal with a major label, have many number one albums and singles, and perform in stadiums. Most importantly, he will bring back the commercial, radio friendly rock and roll of the 70’s and 80’s back into the forefront of pop music.