National award-winning artist Kelly Jackson is releasing her new album Renditions of the Soul on March 7th, 2015.
Sure to gain admiration for its unique flare and remarkable production, Renditions of the Soul is a collection that addresses topics of sexual violence, addiction and most importantly the ability to thrive, build and empower each other no matter the obstacles that challenge our lives.
“In the words of my sisters.. Know you worth and settle for nothing less!”
Ms. Jackson’s music offers a sense of empowerment while recognizing the unique struggles of indigenous populations.
To celebrate the release, Ms. Jackson is hosting a benefit concert for the Lac du Flambeau Youth Build program and the Lac du Flambeau Domestic Abuse Center at the Lake of the Torches Resort Casino, Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin.
Kelly Jackson and her 7-piece band will decorate the stage of Lake of the Torches Resort Casino Ballroom on March 7th, from 7:00 p.m. -11:00 p.m.
Tickets are available at www.kellyjackson.net for $5.00-$15.00 and will be available on site.
In addition, Ms. Jackson will play a benefit concert showcasing Rendition of the Soul for the American Indian Cancer Foundation event: Music for Life, Love and Hope at the House of Blues in Las Vegas, Nevada March 10th, 2015 at the Mandalay Bay.
Kelly Jackson, a member of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians from Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin. Ms. Jackson’s genre is Native Americana, having roots in folk, jazz, country, and rock all infused with native influences such as drums, shakers, bells and the majestic sound of the native flute. She composes rhythms and harmonies that compliment her native roots and the lyrical messages that invoke healing, self-empowerment and cultural reflection. She strives to include other indigenous artists in her nonprofit work.
Ms. Jackson has shared the stage with the Indigo Girls for their championing of environmental preservation. Kelly Jackson music celebrates and supports women’s personal and professional development in addition to supporting the American Indian Cancer Foundation. She was one of Brava Magazine’s Women to Watch in 2014 for her nonprofit work and empowering musical collections.
Ms. Jackson earned a Native American Music Award for her album, Spirit of a Woman, for best Americana Album of the Year and was nominated in four other categories including Best Female Artist of the Year.
For more information or bookings please contact:
Danielle Yancey at dyanceyROS@gmail.com