BK Jackson

BK is an exceptional musician and has been electrifying audiences in the US for several years.  BK first performed at the age of 11, and has received numerous awards for his talents.  He was voted as the Tampa Bay Entertainer of the Year (First Annual Black Diamond Award) and was the NAACP ACT-SO (Afro Academic Technological Scientific Olympics) Gold Medal Winner in the Music Instrumental/Contemporary Category.  BK was also the youngest person ever selected as a finalist and won the Fifth Annual Capital Jazz Festival Challenge in Columbia, Maryland.

BK has opened for and shared the stage with numerous nationally renowned artists, such as Prince, Doug E. Fresh, Chaka Khan, CeeLo Green, Sheila E., Dave Koz, Ledisi, Brian McKnight, Fantasia, Elle Varner, Brian Culbertson, Kirk Whalum, Jonathan Butler, Pieces of a Dream, Wayman Tisdale, Paul Brown, Gerald Albright, Luke James, Tower of Power, Arturo Sandoval, Roy Ayers, and many more.  He had the privilege of opening for the renowned blues artist B.B. King at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater, Florida, and received three standing ovations during his 30-min. set.  BK has opened the Clearwater Jazz Holiday Festival for the legendary Tony Bennett, made waves on the Capital Jazz SuperCruise III with his electrifying performances, and has also billed a night at the legendary jazz club, Blues Alley in Washington, D.C.  BK wows the crowds with his extraordinary talent, stage presence, and ability to command an audience. BK is about to start touring with Hall and Oats.


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