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Keefe Jackson is a saxophonist/clarinettist/composer. He arrived in Chicago in 2001 from his native Fayetteville, Arkansas. He has performed with many musicians, including Tim Daisy, Dave Rempis, Jeb Bishop, Jason Roebke, Guillermo Gregorio, Jim Baker, Brian Dibblee, Jason Adasiewicz, Mike Reed, Todd Munnik, James Falzone, Ernst Karel, Jason Stein, Nori Tanaka, Matt Schneider, Jason Ajemian, Tatsuya Nakatani, Josh Berman, Aram Shelton, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Anton Hatwich, Frank Rosaly, Nick Broste, Paul Hartsaw, Karl Seigfried, Kevin Davis, and Swiss musicians Marc Unternährer, Thomas Mejer, and many others. Ongoing groups include the Lucky 7s (Farragut, Lakeside Digital), the 774th Street Quartet (A Rare Thing, Bloody Murder Records), the Chicago Luzern Exchange (Several Lights, Delmark Records), and the Festival Quartet (Festival Quartet, Aspidistra Records). He also leads the large group Keefe Jackson\'s Project Project.


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Album A Round Goal by Keefe Jackson

A Round Goal

Delmark Records
2014

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Album Duope by Keefe Jackson

Duope

Veto Records
2014

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Album A Round Goal by Keefe Jackson

A Round Goal

Delmark Records
2013

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Album Seeing You See by Keefe Jackson

Seeing You See

Clean Feed Records
2010

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Duo

Unique Records
2009

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Album Just Like This by Keefe Jackson

Just Like This

Delmark Records
2008

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