Trey Jackson has the ability to cater for all kinds of Country audience, his amazing vocal range and rich voice never fails to impress line dancers to listeners and all in between enjoy his performances. Trey Jackson was not long ago ‘the new kid on the block’ winning newcomer awards and accolades from all ends of British Country music, including the BCMA and the CCN Awards.
Over the last four years Trey has travelled to the furthest reaches of the UK and into Europe to perform his show, a long way from the nervous figure that stood on the stage at Towerfest as the first artist to be offered the showcase slot at the festival. Now, no longer new to the scene, Trey is about to enter his fifth year on the circuit and tours the UK and Europe, where he has developed a loyal following and fanbase. He has become a regular face on all the major events, playing festivals such as Towerfest, Broken Spoke, Blue Rodeo, Quickdraw, Copper Kettle and many of the shows in Brean week. He's was announced as the resident artist at the new Silverado festival in Neath in 2019.
Following up the success of his sophomore album - My Father’s Son, Trey released another album entitled Lonely Road in March 2017. Plans are now beginning to come into place for an eagerly awaited new album, Trey is hopeful that the time can be found in July to record because he wants to release it in late August. There are also plans for a live album and dvd which could also potentially land later this year. Trey’s music is available at gigs and on iTunes.
After his father died in 2015 Trey decided to start raising money for charity and so the profits of his album, as with the previous two albums, will go to the same charity. He is not content with simply standing on stage to raise money. On what would have been his father’s 75th birthday he pledged to run the London marathon in 2019. A further pledge was made to attempt the London 100 cycle and then to finish the year off (and probably finish Trey off as well) he has agreed to run the Great North Run.