Guitarist Jackson Thatcher Blog: Photos, thoughts and announcements about upcoming projects and shows.
Here's a video from The Jam Advanced Music Camp held in Nashville each year. I'm playing guitar and singing a duet of a Tom Petty and Stevie Nick's tune, Stop Draggin' My Heart Around. Hope Rice - Lead Vocal, Riley Martin - Bass, Massimo DiStefano - Drums, Ben...
Here's a chord melody of 5150 by Dierks Bentley performed on acoustic guitar.
Cool to look back at this video. My grandpa, who died this year, is in one of the shots. I was playing my first acoustic guitar, a $200 Mitchell. This is Nolensville at the Feed Mill, also known as the Amish Market in Nolensville.
Gig for Nolensville Music Makers at Mama's Java back in February 2012. It was a packed room and Phillip Sweet from Little Big Town was in the audience.
Jackson Thatcher performs Call the Shots on Fox 17's Tennessee Mornings. Introduction by Nick Paranjape. © WZTV (used by permission) Call the Shots is on the album, The Path.
Jackson Thatcher performs Waterfall, from his debut album, The Path on Fox 17. © WZTV (used by permission) Waterfall is on the album, The Path.
Here's a chord melody of John Mayer's Daughter. Thank you Kathy Underman for supporting my album, The Path, on Kickstarter.
Acoustic guitar chord melody of Just A Kiss by Lady Antebellum. Thank you Pam for supporting my Kickstarter album, The Path. Here's a Lady Antebellum song for you.
Thank you Steve Dulaney for backing my Kickstarter album, The Path. Here's a Stevie Wonder song for you, Steve. I Wish.
Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen chord melody performed by Jackson Thatcher on acoustic guitar. Thank you Tim Stanley for supporting my Kickstarter for The Path.
Jackson Thatcher performing Call the Shots prior to the release of the album, The Path, at Meridee's in Franklin, Tennessee. This is from December 2012. This song is available on The Path by Jackson Thatcher.
Goin' Down performed by Cumberland Blue at the Nashville Blues Society competition in 2012. (Chloe Kohanski, Duncan King, Yates McKendree, Grant Smith, Greggory Garner, Hank Compton, Jackson Thatcher)