Kenneth Jackson Sr.
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Kenneth Jackson Sr.

Lithonia, Georgia, United States

Lithonia, Georgia, United States
Band Jazz Gospel


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"Kenthomja's Sunrise"

Wonderfully soothing.

I was really impressed with your God-given talent to make such wonderful and comforting music. I totally enjoyed all of the selections and please keep doing what you and your "Eagles" are doing.

- Claudia W Mitchell-Bruner

"Kenthomja's Sunrise"

Relaxing and sounds of worship

The instrumentals on this CD is indeed relaxing. I enjoyed all of the instrumentals. It puts you in the mood of worship, or if you just want to spend quiet time alone just thinking and meditating.

- Angela Black

"Kenthomja's Sunrise"

Yes indeed this is smooth and calm. It puts you in the mood for worship. It is the type of music that you can listen to while your day is not the best and puts you on a totally diffrent plain - Louis Stacks II


Kenthomja's Sunrise
The Commute



I was born in South Carolina but making my home in Georgia. I was surrounded by a musical family which included my father who taught all of us “upstarts” to tarry at the piano and wait for The anointing (and I still can't play like him); but the torch continues burning through my brothers and sisters; glows and grows through my children, nephews and nieces. I believe that Dad really passed on a powerful torch with flames that engulfs all.

I've played with and for so many fantastic, ministering folk such as Rosemary Griffin, Dorothy Grant, Lenny Champion, The O'Neal Twins, The J.D.Williams Singers, the Walter Piper Singers, Orangeburg Gospel Choral Union,The Alumni Chorale Of The National Convention Of Gospel Choirs and Choruses,The Faith Ensemble and worked on or played on the projects: "Great New City" by Bibleway of Atlas Road, "The Power of Praise" by the Progressive Church Of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Inc. and produced projects of my own.

My "EAGLES" who are standing on my shoulders call me their mentor, but I, the teacher, am also standing on the shoulders of those who have gone before me. My sounds cannot and would not exist if it weren't for their trail-blazing efforts. My ten-fingered orchestra can only reflect what the Chief musician has taught me. Now I'm learning from my "EAGLES". Everything seems to come full circle and it's glorious.
My musical inspirations reflects the sounds of what I hear with the "songs in the night"
Some call me a creative genius. I don't know about that, but I remember challenging a mockingbird to a duel and lost.
The sounds in my head are never the same but as I create, It seems that each song and every sound has to be carefully prepared and orchestrated by the One who gives the mockingbird matchless runs. One day I'll challenge that bird again and this time win.