From a small Collin County town, a young folk singer is drawing national buzz for his songwriting
20-year-old Jackson Scribner’s debut is turning heads from 40 miles outside Dallas. As live music recovers, he says there’s more to come.
By Jeremy Hallock, May 03, 2021
“Not long after releasing his first album, a 20-year-old singer-songwriter from a tiny North Texas town is drawing national attention.
His sound is hard to pin down. There are strains of folk, country and roots rock. It’s Southern folk or indie folk, perhaps. But listening to any minute of the mysterious songs on his self-titled debut will tell you that Jackson Scribner is an old soul and a great songwriter. And he put down most of them in one take.”
Read the full Dallas Morning News feature and see an exclusive performance of Scribner’s song “Sixteen” HERE.