Felix Jackson, one of Nigeria’s finest bass player, releases a mind blowing smooth jazz composition titled New Dawn produced by Johnson Juwon for Creativemyind productions.
As a bass player, who has featured on many tracks by some of Nigeria’s finest gospel artistes and ministers, Felix thrills jazz music lovers with this sweet sound.
“Jazz music is one spiritual genre of music that transcends words which can be sung. Just playing some notes on the Bass guitar perfectly synced with an amazing production can simply pull down the spirit of God. That is what i really love about this song” – Felix Jackson.
Speaking further, He quotes “Through the tender mercy of our God; whereby the dayspring from on high hath visited us, To give light to them that sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, to guide our feet into the way of peace. And the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit, and was in the deserts till the day of his shewing unto Israel” – Luke 1:78-80
This beautiful instrumental is mixed and mastered by Oluwadamilare Akinyede for AlphaJunes Studios.
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About Artiste

Felix Jackson is a Nigerian Bassist, Drummer, Composer, Producer and music director. He has been playing professionally for over a decade and half, and he is known for his soul, originality and musicianship, which has earned him a place as an A-list bassist in the Nigerian music scenery.

Felix’s unique bass playing style have been heard on a number of Nathaniel Bassey’s songs such as: Wonderful Wonder, Onise Iyanu (Awesome wonder), This God is too Good featuring Micah Stampley, and the recently released Indescribable love, to name but a few!
Felix has played on numerous tracks and albums as a session player and as a sideman for artistes and producers such as: Emmanuel Uzozie, Dunsin Oyekan (code red), Enitan Adaba, Pastor Helen Yawson (Ghana), TY Bello, Lenny LeBlanc (USA), Kaydee Numbere, Joel Aderinto, Wole Oni, Segun Ajuwon, Pastor Tony Zino, NNB, TREM Mass Choir (Evangel Voices) to name a few.

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