The stage of the Jackson Room with a Piano, Bass and Drums
Jackson Room Stage

Welcome to the Jackson Room

Where Jazz Comes Alive in NY

Upcoming Gigs

CTP (Change The Paradigm)

September 30, 2023 at 7:30 pm, EST

Tickets:$25 | Livestream: $15

We are proud to announce the formation of CTP (“Change The Paradigm”), a new jazz collective made up of talented musicians who are active players on the NY jazz scene. Our group of experienced artists composes and arranges our own music, bringing a fresh and exciting sound to the genre.
We invite you to join us for our debut performance at Jackson Room on Saturday, September 30, 2023 at 7:30pm. Our focus for this event will be on playing our original compositions as well as the music of the legendary trumpeter, Freddie Hubbard, who has been a major influence on many of us.
We believe that our collective brings together a unique blend of experience and creativity, and we are thrilled to share our music with audiences around the world. Whether you’re a die-hard jazz fan or just looking for a great night out, come join us for an unforgettable musical experience!
The members of this group include: Ed Jackson on Saxophone, Reggie Woods on Saxophone, Bill Warfield on Trumpet, Steve Count on Bass, Cecilia Coleman on Piano, Daisuke Konno on Drums.

The Jackson Room is located in the heart of historical Queens at 192-07 Linden Blvd, St. Albans NY 11420

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New York  Saxophonist, Ed Jackson, followed his dream in 2011 after standing in an unfinished office basement, and at which point dormant forces came alive as he visualized a stage and jazz club setup. He knew that this would be a huge undertaking, but the passion was there, and realized that if he didn’t go ahead and follow this, he would regret it for the rest of his life.

Situated in Queens  New York , the venue offers live monthly jazz events featuring the Ed Jackson Quartet as well as other world class artist and groups. The Jackson Room also happens to be in the neighborhood where he grew up. This particular area of Queens  in the town of St Albans, was home to an uncanny number of musicians including Count Basie, Fats Waller, Illinois Jacquet, Miles Davis, Louis Armstrong, James Brown, Ella Fitzgerald, Lenny White, Marcus Miller to name a few. In fact, John Coltrane lived on Mexico street which is just a few blocks away from the venue.


Jackson Room
192-07 Linden Blvd
(next door to Jackson Tax Service)
St Albans, NY 11412  Phone: (718) 525-2387.

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