Reedist Keefe Jackson emerged in the vanguard of Chicago’s post-millennial jazz community with 2006’s Set Everyday, his 1st release like a bandleader. Given birth to and elevated in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Jackson began monitoring cello at age group three, quickly developing an infatuation with jazz. At ten he obtained his first tenor saxophone and by 15 he was frequently playing regional nightclubs. After a 12 months at the University or college of Arkansas, he relocated to Portland, Maine, playing in regional jazz, rock and roll, and funk clothes. In 1998 Jackson came back to Fayetteville to look after his dying mom, but discovered himself relegated to carrying out mainstream jazz and in 2001 relocated to Chicago, house to a flourishing improvisational scene because of the attempts of Ken Vandermark and countless others. Within weeks, Jackson was a part of a loose confederation of music artists gigging in the Starving Brain, ultimately putting your signature on on with ensembles like the Lucky 7s as well as the 774th Road Quartet. In 2005, he produced his documented debut around the Chicago Luzern Exchange’s Many Lights, accompanied by trips of the U.S. and European countries. In past due 2006, Jackson’s Fast Residents — offering cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm, cornetist Josh Berman, saxophonist Aram Shelton, bassist Anton Hatwich, and drummer Frank Rosaly — released the post-bop arranged Prepared Everyday on Delmark. Leading his 12-member Task Project, Jackson came back in 2007 with EXACTLY LIKE This. 3 years later on he delivered Viewing YOU OBSERVE, offering trombonist Jeb Bishop, bassist Jason Roebke, and drummer Noritaka Tanaka. In 2016, Jackson combined with vibraphonist/percussion Jason Adasiewicz for the duo documenting Rows & Rows.