Guitarist Jackson Thatcher Blog: Photos, thoughts and announcements about upcoming projects and shows.
The last clip is, well, just for fun.
Jason Aldean's Crazy Town and Miranda Lambert's Over at The Jam in 2012. The Jam Camp is my favorite two weeks of the year. The last clip is, well, just for...read more
In September 2012, I played for the Nolensville Music Makers. These are original songs I had started writing for my first album, The Path. This was during my first Kickstarter campaign. Fortunately, I got the money to do the album.read more
Here are songs on my first acoustic guitar, a $200 Mitchell.
Here are songs on my first acoustic guitar, a $200 Mitchell. Here's a compilation of songs of me playing in my basement, back in 2011. It's a combination of songs by Tommy Emmanuel, Andy McKee, and others....read more
Here's me playing Bright Size Life by Pat Metheny on electric guitar. It's at Trevecca Nazarene University with Mike Bauer, my instructor, helping me out back in 2011.read more
This is a violin partita written by Johann Sebastian Bach. I performed this at Travecca Nazarene University while a study under Mike Bauer, who continues to be a mentor to me. I am an assistant teacher under Mike at Nolensville Guitar Academy. I think this was...read more
Jackson Thatcher playing Hard to Say I'm Sorry / Get Away by Chicago on acoustic guitar.read more
Columbia State Community College booked Jackson Thatcher for his first college gig. On March 20, 2013, Jackson Thatcher, 14 years old, performed Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, and his own music in Ledbetter Auditorium. The video clip below features 8...read more
Here are clips of Cumberland Blue before a show in Nashville at 3rd and Lindsey. Jackson Thatcher is on electric guitar. Duncan King skillfully handling the drums. Yate McKendree is the boss on keys. Grant Smith is tearing it up on the fiddle. Greggory Garner lays...read more
Cumberland Blue won the Nashville Blues Society competition and represented Nashville at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee. The road there included performances at One World Music, Hard Rock Cafe Nashville, 3rd & Lindsey, Bunganut Pig, Mercy...read more
“Back to Tennessee Mornings. He’s a guitar prodigy, Jackson Thatcher…” —Nick Paranjaperead more
Original Article: The Path CD Release Party for Teenage Guitar Prodigy Jackson Thatcher Posted by The Flashwounds Team on Feb 18, 2013 WHEN: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 7-9 P.M. WHERE: Puckett’s 5th and Church, Nashville, Tenn.Thatcher releases his first acoustic...read more