Jackson Thatcher released his first acoustic guitar solo album, The Path, on Tuesday, February 19 at Puckett’s Nashville. The 14-year-old guitarist has been featured as a solo artist with the Cool Springs Youth Orchestra, on stage at B.B. Kings in Memphis, and several venues around the greater Nashville area including Tin Roof Nashville, The Factory at Franklin, The Red House, Mellow Mushroom, Franklin Mercantile, and Trevecca Nazarene University.

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The Path

ThePath300x200The acoustic guitar solo album, The Path, features 11 songs written and performed by Jackson Thatcher and can be purchased here and

The album has been well received by fellow musicians and fans alike. It’s a mixture of guitar greats, Tommy Emmanuel, Pete Huttlinger, and Andy McKee, rolled together with Jackson’s pop sensibilities and emotive writing.

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First College Gig

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Cumberland Blue Band Members Pre-Show Jam

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Fox 17′s Tennessee Mornings performance

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Video and Article Featured in the Tennessean

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Flashwounds: Jackson Thatcher’s Album Release Party

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The Path is available now

Available on physical CD and digital download.   Physical CD of Jackson...

The Path Releases February 19, 2013

Album Release Party at Puckett's Nashville on Tuesday, February 19 • No Cover • Call for Reservations at (615) 770-2772

Jason Scheff of Chicago Critiques Jackson Thatcher

We grew up in the 80's around David Foster, Michael Landau, Steve Lukather, Tim Pierce…Jackson…you're a freak of nature.

Cumberland Blue wins Nashville Blues Society Competition

Cumberland Blue wins Nashville Blues Society Competition at the Hard Rock Cafe. Next stop, Memphis for the International Blues Society Competition.