Brian Jackson

Brian Jackson is an American soul/jazz keyboardist, flautist, singer, composer, producer, and artist. Born on 11 October 1952 in Brooklyn, New York City, he gained recognition for his collaborations with *Gil Scott-Heron* in the 1970s. His Fender Rhodes electric piano and flute accompaniments were prominent features in their compositions, notably on tracks like "The Bottle" and "Your Daddy Loves You". They worked together on nine albums between 1971 and 1980 under labels such as Flying Dutchman, Strata-East, and Arista.

After a hiatus from releasing music projects, Brian Jackson made a comeback through the *Jazz Is Dead* project in 2021 with the album "[m=2245633]". He continued to captivate audiences with his talent by releasing his own album "[m=2651705]" in 2022.

With influences from artists like Gary Bartz, Roy Ayers, Lonnie Liston Smith, and more; Brian Jackson's musical style resonates with fans of soulful jazz. His contributions to the industry have solidified his place among notable performers.


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