Jackson Dean – Tickets – Rams Head On Stage – Annapolis, MD – January 25th, 2020

Jackson Dean

Jackson Dean

Taylor Bennett

Sat, January 25, 2020

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Rams Head On Stage

Annapolis, MD

$23.50

This event is 21 and over

Jackson Dean
Jackson Dean
Life is made up of opportunities and when they knock,
Jackson Dean & the Outsiders kill it on stage! 18 year old, country, singer/songwriter Jackson Dean was born and raised in Odenton, Maryland. Often compared to Chris Stapleton, Jackson Dean’s voice will blow you away with his old country, blues, rock and his own unique fusion of style! Jackson Dean released his first album “Flood Zone” in 2016. He continued playing local venues all over Maryland. In 2017, his second album “Who We Are” was released.

In November 2018, a video of him singing his heartfelt country rendition of the National Anthem went viral and reached over a million people. Now being discovered all over the United States, Jackson Dean is making a statement in the country music industry opening for Kane Brown, Jake Owen, Brothers Osborne and signed a publishing deal with Little Louder Music. Jackson Dean & the Outsiders were officially formed in 2018 including band members Sean Mercer (drums), Rich Kolm (base) and Brandon Aksteter (guitar). His new album “Ain’t No Saint” was released March 30, 2019.

​Now graduated from high school, Jackson Dean will be investing all of his time into his music career.
Taylor Bennett
Taylor Bennett
Taylor was born and raised in Nashville, TN. She started singing before she could make complete sentences. Taylor has been singing in public starting at the age of 4 at her church in Nashville.

The first time Taylor sang the National Anthem was before a basketball game when she was in 4th grade, the same year she won 1st place in the K-12 talent show.

Throughout elementary, middle, & high school, Taylor would often sing the National Anthem before taking the basketball or volleyball court to join her teammates. She’s sung for the Nashville Sounds, Lipscomb University, Rutherford Relay for Life, the Tennessee State Legislature, and the Wilson County Reagan Day Dinner.

Taylor and her band “The Recoils” began entertaining together in 2013. They have performed country favorites at various places around Murfreesboro and Nashville, some including the world-famous Bluebird Café, Tootsie’s, headlining at Nashville Shores, a Rutherford county Cancer-fighting fund-raising event, and for a 2nd Amendment rally in Mt. Juliet that attracted a crowd of 1,000 with the Gatlin Brothers headlining the bill.

Taylor’s talent and support for Veterans (coincidently she was born on Veteran’s Day, November 11th) attracted the attention of Nashville talk show host Ralph Bristol (now also the President of Triple-A Entertainment) in 2013, at the age of 17, when she performed at his Armed Forces Day celebration at the American Legion Club in Donelson.

When Ralph started his “The 2nd Amendment IS Homeland Security” tour in 2015, he asked Taylor to write and sing a theme song for the program. Her live performance of “The 2nd Amendment Will Survive” has become a popular, crowd-pleasing staple of the program.
Venue Information:
Rams Head On Stage
33 West St.
Annapolis, MD, 21401
http://www.ramsheadonstage.com/

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