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Freddie Jackson

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Freddie Jackson is a Grammy?-nominated, American Music Award-winning R&B vocalist who dominated the urban music scene with 30 charted singles—11 them reaching number one—and the distinction of being ranked among the top 20 best-selling black music artists of the late '80's and '90's. His era defining mega-hits, “Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times’ Sake), “Tasty Love”, “Nice N Slow”, “Love Me Down”, and “That’s All I’ll Ever Ask”, recorded with then label mate Najee, are still played daily on commercial and satellite radio.

Harlem, Jackson’s hometown, played a key role in his musical career. As a youngster, he made weekly excursions to the famed Apollo theatre where he was influenced by soulful, seasoned vocalists such as Otis Redding, Sam Cooke and Marvin Gaye, and his contemporaries, the Jackson 5. At the White Rock Baptist Church, the gospel-trained vocalist met Paul Laurence who later become his producer and songwriting partner and led him to platinum status with “Rock Me Tonight”.

He was discovered by Beau Huggins of Hush Productions at a showcase, and eventually sang back-up for Melba Moore. A deal with Capital Records followed and “Rock Me Tonight”, Jackson’s debut album was released. The single of the same title, enjoyed a six-week stay at number one and made Freddie Jackson a household name via urban contemporary radio. It also reached number 13 on the pop charts, which helped provide Jackson the wide audience he continues to enjoy today.

Album after album and hit single after hit single, Jackson proved his ability to deliver great songs. Years of headlining, touring with other bold-face names, chart dominance and platinum status, all kept Freddie Jackson and his vocal style prominent, and extended his reach well beyond an era. With the 2006 release of Transitions, his new album, and the lead single “Until The End of Time”, Freddie Jackson puts romance back on the table and hits back on the charts.

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