Brian Jackson

Brian Jackson

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As Brian sings, listeners are overwhelmed by the awesome anointing and rich tones. He masterfully demonstrates how music truly is the heart’s praise.

Biography

Brian’s love of music began at an early age. Being a Pentecostal minister’s son, Brian and his mom were often called upon to provide the “special music” in Sunday Worship. As Brian grew, he developed his God given talent and grew to love sharing his voice with others through song. At age 15, Brian was “discovered” and cast in the lead role of Joseph in a church Youth Musical Production. At age 16, Brian joined a Southern Gospel Group and began traveling to minister at local churches. In high school Brian received many awards for his vocal talent including NC Honor’s Chorus acclaim. In fact, it became evident that he could be an accomplished classical vocalist. However, Brian’s heart told him that what was “special” about his music was that it was a gift from God and should be used in Praise & Worship to Him. So, Brian answered this call and continued to pursue a ministry of song.

Brian established a gospel trio, Believer’s Heart, which signed with Horizon Music Group in Ashville. The group recorded a project and toured throughout the Southeast ministering at churches, camp meetings, and gospel events. The group also enjoyed multiple appearances on the Dove Television Network, including a live broadcast from the South Carolina State Fair. At the same time, Brian was expanding his ministry in his home church working with youth and children’s choirs and leading Praise & Worship.

As Brian developed a deeper personal relationship with God, it was exhibited in his music and ministry. As Brian sings, listeners are overwhelmed by the awesome anointing and rich tones. He masterfully demonstrates how music truly is the heart’s praise.

Discography

Brian Jackson (Debut Album) 11/2006
Beyond Me (Single Release)

Set List

Available sets include original and cover music ranging from 15 minutes to 120 minutes of material