In the heart of the UK’s bustling americana scene, a star has been steadily ascending, illuminating the landscape with her raw talent and honest storytelling.

Jill Jackson’s name that has gained prominence, is not just a musician; she’s a force of nature, an artist whose music strikes a chord with the deepest emotions of listeners. From her humble beginnings in Glasgow to gracing the stages of Top of The Pops, of T In The Park and touring with Bryan Adams, Jackson’s journey has been nothing short of remarkable.

In 2024, Jackson re-introduces herself to the world with her new album, Curse of The Damned. Approached with the same honesty and vulnerability that had endeared her to fans, the album promises a deeper dive into the intricacies of life’s twists and turns and the complex nature of neurodivergence.

In her own words, Jackson described the album as a “front seat to my life” that explores her tumultuous journey to the present.

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The Box @ The Met
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Jill Jackson

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