April 22 marks the release of Beth Jackson’s first album, “Memories,” with Lamon Records. The project is part of the Lamon Records Songwriter Spotlight Series, highlighting talented songwriters from all over the country.
Beth Jackson is a wife and mother of two from Charlotte, NC. While her vocal style is unique and performance-ready, she chooses to focus on songwriting. Her story songs are true to her genre; not giving way to trends or gimmicks. Her work is inspired by classic country music, especially Mary Chapin Carpenter, making her album a breath of fresh air.
The aptly named projects features plenty of memories: meeting her husband in the song “What Do You Think” and looking back on old friendships in “Best Friends.” The infectious first single off the project, “Don’t You Want to Dance With Me,” is currently at radio.
Meeting Beth herself harkens a memory from a simpler time. She is joyful, uncomplicated, and easy going, with a smile as genuine as her writing. She is a quiet, humble person, but comes alive in the studio while singing her songs with personality.
“Memories” was recorded at historic Quad Studios in Nashville. The album was produced by Grammy-nominated, Dove Award winning artist and producer Dave Moody.
“Beth Jackson has a unique way of painting a picture with her music and lyrics,” says Moody. “We’re excited to feature her talent as part of our Songwriter Spotlight Series, which showcases creative new writers in multiple genres.”
Look for Beth Jackson’s “Memories” on iTunes, Amazon, and everywhere music is sold. For more information on Beth and other Lamon Records artists, visit www.lamonrecords.com.