Former No Justice member, Brandon Jackson, breaks out on his own.
Brandon Jackson has been singing and performing since the age of 5, so it was no surprise when he decided to break out on his own to record an album. Brandon discusses how he came to this decision. “After 5 very successful years with No Justice, I just felt like it was time to explore a solo career in the Red Dirt/Texas Music scene,” Brandon says. “I had a blast with No Justice and wrote and creating some great music with those guys. Being a songwriter, I had a bunch of songs that I thought were really good and just wanted to get them out there. A lot of the songs didn’t really fit the No Justice sound so that, along with just feeling ready to get out on my own, lead me to where I am now. Bottom line it just felt right, and I couldn’t ignore it anymore and let the opportunity pass me by!” Since leaving the band No Justice in 2009 he has been writing and performing his own music at several acoustic shows throughout Oklahoma and Texas. He also has a regular Monday night show at Dirty’s in Stillwater, OK.
Brandon will begin recording his album at Reel Time Studio in Denton, TX with Eric Delegard on August 10th. He will be in the studio for 3 weeks to record 12 to 14 songs. The untitled album should be released around the end of 2010. During this time you can still catch Brandon on the road. You can get a full list of his tour dates by visiting his website at www.brandonjacksonmusic.com.
Guest writer Abby Gibson is an avid fan of the Texas music scene, and can often be found on www.galleywinter.com, Texas’s best independent music resource!Country Music Photo Gallery