At just 19 years old, singer/songwriter/musician, Jackson Dean pours his emotions into his writing and performing. Born and raised in Odenton, Maryland, he started performing at local establishments when he was barely 14. Very quickly, this hometown boy had a loyal following anxiously awaiting to see what he would do next.


Jackson Dean's voice takes you back to old country, blues and delivers his own unique fusion of Americana style. The lyrics coming out of this young, old soul are incredible. Now a high school graduate, with the voice of a grown man, Jackson has brought a tear to many an eye with “Brother Come Home” off his first album, The Flood Zone (2016). Not to mention “Letters Home” and "Man Upstairs” from his second album, Who We Are (2017).


In August 2018, Jackson Dean released his first world-wide single, " Saturday Night" and has been steadily climbing the Music Row Breakout Artist Chart since.

In November 2018, a video of Jackson Dean singing his heartfelt rendition of the National Anthem went viral and reached over one million viewers. Now being discovered all over the US, Jackson Dean is making a statement in the country music industry and continues to perform throughout the United States.


Following this nationwide attention, Jackson Dean was invited on the Steve Harvey Show in LA, made several debuts for radio and TV interviews, as well as news articles announcing his accomplishments. He was then awarded Best Singer Songwriter and Best New Breakout Artist at the 2018 Maryland Music Awards. Many news articles, show appearances and sold out shows later, Jackson Dean is a local favorite and now becoming known throughout the United States.


Last year, Jackson Dean released his EP, "AIN'T NO SAINT" in March 2019. It is an emotional translation of growing up and having to navigate the world of today while wishing you were born at a simpler time. There is something for everyone on this impassioned EP. Love and the rebel in all of us, growing up too fast and the fun and sexy “To Be So Bad”. Yet again at just 19 years old, one wouldn’t think that enough life has been lived by this young man to be able to write these stirring lyrics, yet here they are. The show stopping “Don’t Let Me Go” whips the crowd into an energetic sing along with powerful vocals and harmonies. Listening to “Kyotes” has been likened to watching a good movie. Crooning through “One More Time” you can’t help but want to slow dance with the one you love. You will be hard pressed to get these heart-felt, full of grit songs out of your head.


With many more raw lyrics to write and life to live, this is not the last you will hear from Jackson Dean. Now a signed independent artist on his first publishing deal with Little Louder Music, Jackson travels to Nashville weekly to continue writing and recording new music for his growing fans. Check out the future tour dates and if you have not seen him live yet, you will not be disappointed. Maybe you will see him in your city next!





Rams Head On Stage

Annapolis, MD

Union Jacks of Annapolis

Annapolis, MD

MECU Pavilion

Lee Brice

Baltimore, MD


Seaforth & Mitchell Tenpenny

Silver Spring, MD

Innsbrook After Hours

Jake Owen

Glen Allen, VA

Eagles Nest Rockin Country Bar

Jarrod Neimann

Chesapeake, VA

M&T Bank Grandstand

Brothers Osborne

Harrington, DE

Charles Hotel

Sam Grow

Hughesville, MD

Pinehurst Resort

Pinehurst, MC