Paul Jackson, Jr. is regarded as one of the most recorded guitarist in the world.
Paul Jackson, Jr. has seven previous successful albums, containing several top ten releases to include Grammy nominated “I Came to Play”. In 2014, Jackson contributed to several tracks on the album, Random Access Memories by Daft Punk, which garnered 5 Grammy Awards and was the #1 album in 104 countries. Jackson earned a Grammy recognition for his contribution to the album.
Jackson has recorded with multiple superstars such as Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Barbara Streisand, Celine Dion, Quincy Jones, Luther Vandross, Marcus Miller, Kirk Whalum, Elton John and of course George Duke to name a few.
The new project, Stories from Stompin’ Willie is a CD about musical friendships garnered over several years. Specifically Jackson’s long time relationship with keyboard legend George Duke, who nicknamed Jackson, Stompin’ Willie. This project features many of Paul’s old friends like Jeff Lorber, Karen Briggs, Michael Lington, Tom Scott, Ndugu Chancelor, Byron Miller, Patrice Rushen, and the entire Rickey Minor Band.