Capps, Jackson

Jackson Capps is a singer/songwriter from Trussville, AL. Born in March 2000, Jackson’s earliest influences include Hank Williams, George Jones, and Merle Haggard. He began playing guitar at
at the age of nine and singing at ten, when he performed for the first time at the World Famous Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge in Nashville, TN. At twelve-years- old, he was performing all over the Southeast and had made his Grand Ole Opry debut. At fourteen, Jackson was headlining his own shows and sharing the stage with the country music powerhouses like Gene Watson, Marty Stuart, Billy Joe Shaver, Delbert McClinton, Cam, and William Michael Morgan.
Jackson began writing when he was thirteen and has since won many prestigious songwriting competitions including Workplay Songwriters’ Series in Birmingham, AL. He has co-written with
many notable Nashville songwriters such as Mark Sherrill, Don Goodman, Gerald Smith, and Mark McGuinn.  Jackson signed a management contract with Nashville’s Jack Key and Joe Carter in March 2017.  He is honored to be invited to perform his original songs in the 2017 Frank Brown Songwriters Festival.

For more information about Jackson, please visit his website at

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