Reggie Jackson a Columbus native, performs worldwide with two-time Grammy award winner Diane Schuur, Aftermath/Interscope recording artist Truth Hurts, and new LA based hip-hop artist Venus Brown (AKA Darrin Floyd who's credits include producer for Patti Labelle, and songwriter for the movie sound track "How to Be a Player"). Reggie has shared the stage with artists including George Howard, The Roots, Everette Harp, Outkast, Alex Bugnon, D'Angelo, Peter White, Dennis Chambers, Arturo Sandoval, The Count Basie Orchestra, and has performed on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. The drummer is a graduate of The Ohio State University School of Music and can be found on multiple recordings and heard on radio stations across the country.
Reggie also fronts a five-piece contemporary jazz group, created by himself, called Jackson. The band is comprised of several of Columbus' finest musicians. Pianist Bobby Floyd, saxophonist Pete Mills, guitarist Tim Cummiskey, and bassist Andy Woodson. The group's repertoire includes songs by some of today's best smooth jazz and jazz-fusion artists: Dave Grusin, The Yellow Jackets, Herbie Hancock, Pat Matheny, and Mike Stern. Although the group is relatively new, they have already performed at several local events, clubs, and concerts. The band has been seen at the 2001 Italian festival, The 501 Jazz Club, The Hilton Hotel at Easton, and was the opening act for jazz recording group CAB.
Reggie Jackson 3876 Chandlee Pl. Columbus, Ohio 43230 Ph. (614) 476-6550 Email: Reggied7@aol.com
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