Jackson Rohm

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Looking for live music for your upcoming corporate or private event? In addition to my original music shows, I also enjoy playing solo acoustic cover gigs and I have a huge repertoire of songs you and your friends will know (see the Playlist page). I can play mellow, background music for your cocktail hour or crank it up with the hits you'll dance and sing along to! Check out this short video from a couple recent shows: https://youtu.be/RMxEhVKKOig

Copy and paste the following link into your browser to check out my new song, "The Ride": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5lV4Snp5Po

"The Ride" was written and recorded for the 2016 CD4HOPE album benefitting Notes4Hope, a breast cancer research and prevention charity. Go to http://notes4hope.org/shop/ to purchase this compilation featuring my song and 13 others by bay area artists. All proceeds go to the charity!

Check out my new song, "Courageous Heart" which is featured on the 2015 CD4HOPE. I was honored to perform the song live at at the CD Release event at the beautiful Cal Shakes-Bruns Amphitheater in Orinda, CA on 10/17/15.

My latest CD is available at the Store page where you can purchase directly from me via Paypal (I'm happy to autograph yours free of charge if you email me and specify) or CD Baby which is best for international customers who want a hard copy of the record. Also, It's now for sale at Itunes for just $9.99!


Hey! Click on the poster below to learn more about this great music festival that I'm playing in April in Panama City, FL. Proceeds go to charity and artists include Shawn Mullins, Tim Brantley, NEEDTOBREATHE, Stroke 9, The Alternate Routes and many more. Check it out and make your plans to be there!

Click here to see me in the 93.9 Lite fm Chicago Coca-Cola Lounge in Chicago, IL on 3/3/11.

Hey guys! Please click here to listen or click the image below to pre-order your copy of Rock By The Sea charity Christmas album featuring my new recording, "Home By Christmas" and songs by 18 other bands/artists!

Rock by the Sea Christmas

Have a look at my rendition of our nathional anthem that I sang on 6/28/10 at Wrigely Field! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDK7qcayBco

To check out my recent interview with Ricky Potts, please copy and paste the following link to your browser: http://blog.rickyleepotts.com/2010/04/artist-interview-1-on-1-with-jackson-rohm.html

Check it out! My latest single, "Christine", from my "Long Way From Moving On" record has been climbing the charts at 106.9 Kiss FM in Southwestern NY/Northwestern PA. It's now at #29 on their charts. Copy and paste http://www.1069kissfm.com/playlist.php to your browser to see the company I'm in!

I'm sure that many of you in Jamestown, NY know about my good friend, Jon Anderson's recent passing. His vocal performance of the ending of "Patience", by G&R and our duet of "If I Had A Million Dollars" have always been crowd favorites at my Western New York shows. He battled Cystic Fibrosis and Diabetes his entire life and still maintained a positive outlook in everything he faced right up until the end. I'm grateful to have known him well and to be able to call him a true friend.

I'll be performing at a benefit for Jon's family on Sunday, 11/2 at Shawbuck's in Jamestown, NY and hope that you can attend. We'll kick things off at 1:00pm with the Bill/Jets game and "Every Minute Counts will be taking the stage around 2:00 ro so.. (Jon was always a huge Jets fan and many a Bills fan engaged in debates with Jonny over the years. This seemed like a good date to have our event.) I will be performing right after the game and Jamestown's best party band, The Porcelain Busdrivers will go on from 5-6. I might get back on stage foranother set after the PBDs are finshed I'm really looking forward to celebrating Jon's extraordinary life with many our our mutual friends on November 2nd. Hope you can join us!

I'm pumped that 106.9 Kiss FM in Jamestown, NY/Warren, PA has been playing my new song, "Christine", from my "Long Way From Moving On" CD. If you like that song, please call Kiss to request it! Thanks.

I just played at my hometown newspaper headquarters, The Post Journal in Jamestown, NY so that they could put a little video up on their new website. One of the songs that I played was "One More Fourth of July". Check it out by copying and then pasting the following link to your browser: http://post-journal.com/page/blogs.detail/display/60.html

Just wanted to let you know that my new CD, "Long Way From Moving On" is available at Itunes now. Just go to the "Store" page and click on the Itunes icon!

If you want to check out my recent interview on Cleveland's NBC show, "Good Company" and a live performance of my new song, "The Old Me", just click here
To hear an acoustic version of another new song from "Good Company", "Blow Off The Afternoon", just click here.

The new album is officially released and you can purchase your copy by clicking on the Store page of this site and ordering via Paypal. By the first of April, you should also be able to get a copy of the album at CDbaby.com and by the first of May or so, all 13 songs should be downloadable at sites such at Itunes.com.
Hope that you enjoy the new music!

Hey! Click on the poster below to learn more about this great music festival on St. George Island, FL that I'm playing in April.

Hey! If you want to check out a clip from my 2/13/08 performance of "All Never Mattered" on Cleveland's NBC show, "Good Company", just click here. It was an interesting interview that got borderline ridiculous at the end...

I've just recently started pre-production for my next record that we'll begin recording in Nashville, TN in early December. Stay tuned for more details!
Also, to have a look (and listen) to my interview on Cleveland's NBC TV show, "Good Company" from November 14th where I performed "Bleeding", click here

Check out the 10/02/07 current play list for 106.9 Kiss FM out of Jamestown, NY below. My latest single, "Gasoline and Matches" moved up to 13 this week on their charts this week! Feel free to call Kiss to request that one!

1 Rockstar- Nickelback
2 Bubbly - Colbie Caillat
3 How Far We've Come - Matchbox Twenty
4 Over You - Daughtry
5 Who Knew - Pink
6 When You're Gone - Avril Lavigne
7 First Time - Lifehouse
8 Big Girls Don't Cry - Fergie
9 Hey There Delilah - Plain White T's
10 Pictures of You - Last Goodnight
11 Makes Me Wonder - Maroon 5
12 Rehab - Amy Winehouse


14 Before It's Too Late - Goo Goo Dolls
15 Dig - Incubus
16 What I've Done - Linkin Park
17 All At Once - The Fray
18 1973 - James Blunt
19 Her Eyes - Pat Monahan
20 Wake Up Call - Maroon 5
21 The Sweet Escape - Gwen Stefani
22 Summer Love - Justin Timberlake
23 If You're Gonna Leave - Emerson Hart
24 Hollywood - Collective Soul
25 THNKS FR TH MMRS - Fall Out Boy
26 Wait For You - Elliot Yamin
27 Dreaming with a Broken Heart - John Mayer
28 Paralyzer - Finger Eleven
29 4 in the Morning - Gwen Stefani
30 Last Request - Paolo Nutini

Hey all! If you want to check out my live interview and performance of the song, "Four On The Floor" on Cleveland's "Good Company" TV show on Channel 3 from 9/06/07, just click here.

Thanks so much for your support the past few weeks as I've been competing in a Battle of the Bands sponsored by Debunkify.com in conjunction with Mytracks.com. I'm proud to announce that I came in second place with nearly 4000 votes and was named a co-winner! Thanks so much for casting those votes for me! Though I did not receive the most votes, it's still a victory because I'll be opening the Myth Farewell Tour grand finale show at The Newport Music Hall in Columbus, OH at 6:00 on Saturday, 7/14. Kate Voegele (who received only 300 more votes than I did) will be the headliner. I'm honored to be playing with such an amazing, young singer/songwriter. She will also have her entire band with her, so I'm sure that the show will be incredible! As runner up in this competition, I've been afforded a great opportunity to receive a ton of exposure. Debunkify is promoting the heck out of this event with several forms of media. I've already given a few interviews with newspapers.
Doors open at 6:00 on 7/14 and I play a 45 minute set starting promptly at 7:00, so get there early! The show is totally free and it's open to all ages as well! Visit www.debunkify.com for more info or click on "Newport Music Hall" on the tour page of my site for directions to the venue, etc. Hope to see you at the show on 7/14!

Check out this cool piece written by Ray Devine in the Friday, 7/6 edition of The Oxford Press regarding the 7/14 show with Kate Voegele:

"Main Event July 14 features two with Miami ties"

Miami student Kate Voegele has won the statewide, online Battle of the Bands between tobacco-free music artists netting 4,243 votes out of more than 15,000.

This means she will be headlining at the standTunz Myth Farewell Tour Main Event on July 14, at the Newport Music Hall in Columbus.

The show is free and open to all ages; the hall's doors open at 6 p.m. with Jackson Rohm, Miami class of '93, who placed second in the voting with 3,934 votes, opening an hour later.

The Myth Farewell Tour is sponsored by stand, Ohio's youth and young adult counter-marketing campaign as part of its DEBUNKIFY campaign to help disprove common myths about tobacco.

"It's exciting to know that music fans across the state chose me to headline the

standTunz Myth Farewell Tour Main Event," Voegele said. "I'm passionate about music, but I also want to set a good example for other young adults by supporting a tobacco-free lifestyle. We encourage our fans and everyone who voted online to come out and see our performance at the Newport Music Hall. It's going to be a great end to the performance-packed six-month tour."

Voegele is taking a break from school, missing the last month of spring semester, after signing with MySpace Records last fall. She released her debut CD, "Don't Look Away," in May and has been touring since April. While she may not be returning to classes in the coming semester, Voegele "absolutely" plans on graduating but "... came into college knowing that music would be my number one priority."

Her parents, Betsy and Will Voegele, of Bay Village near Cleveland, and her younger sister, Amy, have been behind her the whole time.

"They said I can do what I want; I'm very lucky, a lot of people doing this at my age wouldn't have that kind of support," Voegele said. "My sister brings her friends to my shows ... it's really nice to have her support, she's very cool with it."

For Voegele, "... there is no place like it (Oxford), it is its own little world. I needed to put myself into music and I don't think I could have done that without two years to be a normal college kid. I love Oxford."

Miami Alum Jackson Rohm agrees.

"I came to Oxford after I was offered a track scholarship and was considering Cornell or Virginia. I visited and fell in love ... I wish I could do it again, I love college," he said.

Rohm got his start in Oxford, majoring in finance and lining up the door to Stadium to make some cash on the side. After graduating in '93, Rohm decided to pursue music full-time. He released his fourth independent CD, "Four on the Floor" last year and is planning on recording his fifth starting in November.

"I don't mind being independent ... the Internet revolution has changed everything for us (independent artists), you don't need someone to open all the doors for you, although they often help," Rohm said.

Although based out of Lakewood, near Cleveland, Rohm has been touring aggressively

with an average of 200 live shows a year. He's seen the music scene evolve, especially in Oxford where he always manages several shows, almost exclusively at the Stadium.

"I have a relationship with them; they take good care of me," he said.

"Music is a cycle and from a generalized standpoint students are into the club scene rather than live music; doesn't mean it's a bad scene, it just doesn't get people out to the shows," said Rohm. "This is college in general, 18-21, but there will always be a market for people that do what we do and we jump at the chance to get people out, that's why the DEBUNKIFY tour is so great."

For information and music from Kate Voegele or Jackson Rohm, visit their Web sites at katevoegele.com and jacksonrohm.com.

The stand DEBUNKIFY campaign is an integrated communications and grassroots program, including television, outdoor, radio, print and non-traditional advertising and a Web site, debunkify.com. Music from the standTunz artists, the television spots, a list of Ohio tobacco misperceptions and a T-shirt and sticker maker can be found at the site.

A program of the Ohio Tobacco Prevention Foundation —otpf.org — the stand tobacco counter-marketing campaign encourages Ohio's youth and young adults to "stand up and speak out against tobacco." For information, contact Andrea Slesinski at (614) 917-1182.

Also, "Gasoline and Matches" has been slowly climbing the charts on 106.9 Kiss FM in recent weeks. It's currently at #24. Feel free to call Kiss FM if you live in and around the Jamestown, NY/Warren, PA area to request that song!

Rank Title Artist
1 Home Daughtry
2 U & Ur Hand Pink
3 If Everyone Cared Nickelback
4 Little Wonders Rob Thomas
5 Makes Me Wonder Maroon 5
6 Say It Right Nelly Furtado
7 Other Side of the World K.T. Tunstall
8 The Sweet Escape Gwen Stefani featuring Akon
9 Undeniable Mat Kearney
10 Gravity John Mayer
11 Hey There Delilah Plain White T's
12 How to Save a Life The Fray
13 here (In Your Arms) Hellogoodbye
14 Colorful Rocco Deluca and the Burden
15 First Time Lifehouse
16 It's Not Over Daughtry
17 Better Than Me Hinder
18 Girlfriend Avril Lavigne
19 Never Again Kelly Clarkson
20 Rockstar Nickelback
21 (You Want To) Make a Memory Bon Jovi
22 Face Down Red Jump Suit Apparatus
23 Glamorous Fergie


25 Before It's Too Late (Sam & Mikaela's Theme) Goo Goo Dolls
26 Life is Beautiful VEGA4
27 Don't Matter Akon
28 Read My Mind The Killers
29 Dig Incubus
30 The Kill (Bury Me) 30 Seconds to Mars
31 Extraordinary Mandy Moore with the Weepies
32 Rehab Amy Winehouse
33 Signal Fire Snow Patrol
34 What I've Done Linkin Park
35 Summer Love Justin Timberlake
36 The Older I Get Skillet
37 Everything Buckcherry
38 One Girl Revolution Saving Jane
39 Hollywood Collective Soul
40 Bubbly Colbie Caillat
41 Time Won't Let Me Go The Bravery
42 Cupid's Choke Hold Gym Class Heroes
43 When We Die Bowling For Soup
44 Orange County Stefy
45 All I Can Do Chantal Kreviazuk
46 The Story Brandi Carlile
47 Big Girls Don't Cry Fergie
48 All At Once The Fray
49 4 in the Morning Gwen Stefani
50 If You're Gonna Leave Emerson Hart

Also, check out this brand new review of "Four On The Floor" by Brad Frey of Cleveland Bar Tab Magazine appearing in their June 2007 edition:

Jackson's fourth album is his best work yet. The 12 song CD is filled plenty of acoustic material and catchy pop ballads. His music is comparable to newer Counting Crows or vintage Barenaked Ladies. Most songs on the album could be chosen for singles for radio play, so I don't know how he picked one out. The song "Gasoline and Matches" is the best track on the new album and really makes you get a feel for the sincerity of his music. Also, make sure to check out the song "Dreamer". WWW.JACKSONROHM.COM - Brad Frey

Hey all! Happy Memorial Day weekend!
If you are interested in seeing my live performances on Cleveland's NBC shows, "Good Company" from this morning (5/24/07), click here and here.

Check out this great review of my "Four On The Floor" CD that appeared in the 10/25-31 edition of Cleveland's Free Times Magazine:

Four on the Floor



Based in Lakewood, local singer-songwriter Jackson Rohm plays shows around the Cleveland area about four times a month and up to 200 shows a year annually. The past few years have been all but relaxing as Jackson has released three albums, appeared in various venues/bars throughout the States and still had the time to record his new album, Four On the Floor. Highlights include the radio-friendly "Waste of Time," which has gotten airplay locally on 106.9-KISS FM, and "Dreamer," a powerful ballad which tells the story of losing love and gaining it back. Produced by Aaron Thompson, the album is a major leap forward for Rohm, whose full-bodied voice is every bit as appealing as that of Matchbox Twenty's Rob Thomas or the Goo Goo Dolls' Johnny Rzeznik. - Stephen Tompkins

Also, have a look at this excerpt from Danyrae Lockwood's piece featured in the 9/25 edition of The Evening Leader in Lima, OH. Dany is a recent Miami of Ohio grad and a long time supporter of my music. I'm so flattered by her kind words in the following article:
..."My absolute favorite artist ever is Jackson Rohm - and I can prove it by the autographed T-shirt, multiple copies of CDs, tons of pictures and all the great memories. Jackson is an Miami Alum who quit law school to follow his dream of playing (music) - something he is very successful doing - and happened to get his start playing at Stadium (in Oxford, OH). I'm honored to call him a friend and the rush I feel about heading to his show during Miami's Homecoming Weekend in a few weeks literally makes me smile and gives me goose bumps. He's talented, and most importantly a great person. If you're reading this column check out his Web site, www.jacksonrohm.com, to see why I'm his number one fan."

Recently, I was honored at the 2006 Chautauqua County Music Awards with the award for Song of the Year for my song, "Four On The Floor". The song was selected for the award by Kevin Rowe, President of JAMtown records. I am truly grateful to be given this honor! Thanks Kev! See below:

Honorary Awards:
The Rob Buck Memorial Award: Junie Schenck
Infinity Music Educator of the Year: Mark Alpaugh
ChautauquaAMP.com Music Promoter of the Year: Matt Baxter
***JAMTown Records Song of the Year: Jackson Rohm, "Four on the Floor"***
Chautauqua Region WORD Community Service Award: JoLynn Blackenship.