Jackson Rohm

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Jackson Rohm
Origin Jamestown, New York, United States
Genres Country, pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Website http://www.jacksonrohm.com

Jackson Rohm is an American country/pop musician. He was born in Jamestown, New York, and currently lives in San Francisco, California.[1]

Early life[edit]

Rohm graduated from Southwestern High School in West Ellicott, New York, in 1989.[2] He considered attending Cornell University and the University of Virginia before accepting a track scholarship to Miami University.[3] He was a member of the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity as an undergraduate.


Rohm released his first full-length CD, Twisted & Misguided, in 2000. His second CD, 2001's Sink or Swim has a modern rock sound with h.[4]

In 2003, Rohm released Red Light Fever. This CD included a cover of Concrete Blonde's "Joey".[5]

Rohm released his fourth CD, Four On The Floor, in 2006. The title track was written as a tribute to a fellow musician who was killed in a motor vehicle accident.[6][7]

In 2008, Rohm released his fifth CD, Long Way From Moving On. This album represented a departure from the pop/rock feel of his first four releases and a venture into the country music genre. The album was described as "[Rohm's] best work yet," as he "[seems] most comfortable in the country music mode."[8]

Rohm has opened for acts including Edwin McCain and Sister Hazel.[9]

In 2010, his Nashville-recorded "Acoustic Sessions" album was released containing acoustic renditions of some of his previously released songs as well as 5 newly penned tunes.

Returning to his rock roots with producer, Aaron Thompson, Rohm recorded 12 song compilation, "Blindsided" in Atlanta, GA featuring upbeat tracks, "Blue Skies And Butterflies" and "Superglue" as well as the title track, a ballad written for his wife, whom he married that same year.