Barry Jackson often performed for Pontins Holidays with their in house entertainments team.
This was followed by contracts with Spain’s Benidorm Palace working along side international stars The Four Tops and the Platters. Back in England again Barry again supported pop industry acts such as Snake Davies and Jim Diamond.
Jazz industry greats such as Humphrey Lyttelton, Cleo Lane, Johnny Dankworth, George Galway and friends at the Cinnamon Club, Altrincham, Cheshire. He returned recently to his home area in the north of England to tour the Northern Club circuit.
Barry Jackson – tenor – flautist – is an accomplished musician and singer. He is often working with well known home and international musicians like Martin Bennett and the Green River Jazz Band, Francisco Perez and Florian Popa. Major instrument distributor John Hornby Skewes & Co Ltd are always keen to book Barry on occasions where he performs with artists such as the Yardbirds and Jerry Donahue. Barry has worked in many Manchester venues, like Bookbinders, Talk Of The North & The Embassy Club and Willows Variety Club.
Tenor Manchester – Barry Jackson
He has a tenor voice and is a woodwind instrument specialist, playing the flute and sax on a regular basis. Well known for his ballads and opera, he is equally at home with Country, Soul & Motown. Barry Jackson can work really well to a brief or a theme for a show or concert. A very versatile singer and musician playing and singing musical styles from classical right through to modern. He is available for private parties, weddings, functions and concerts. Barry is also happy to perform as a support act and consider recording studio work and more than happy to tour.
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