Rising jazz artist Judi Jackson uses music to bare her soul and let go

LONDON, June 5 (Reuters) – A self-proclaimed “old soul”, U.S. jazz artist Judi Jackson has come a long way since she discovered her vocal talents singing in church in her home state of Virginia.”From around the age of like 10 or 12, I started to really pick it up seriously and study with a vocal coach… and work with little bands in my community,” the 29-year-old told Reuters in an interview.”My biological parents are both very creative and very musical. They did separate and I was adopted, which kind of opened my world in a way to many different styles of music, many different walks of life.

Sarah Mills