Cordell Jackson (July 15, 1923 – October 14, 2004) was an American guitarist thought to be the first woman to produce, engineer, arrange and promote music on her own rock and roll music label. She was born in Pontotoc, Mississippi, on July 15, 1923, and died in Memphis, Tennessee, on October 14, 2004. Jackson's only solo full-length album to date, Cordell Jackson - Live in Chicago was released on Bughouse Records in 1997. Information and memorabilia about Jackson is included in the Memphis Rock N' Soul Museum in Memphis. Appeared in a Bud Light commercial where she interrupts Brian Setzer during his rehearsal, to teach him a fast lesson on how to play rock-and-roll guitar. Had a role as "Bathroom Lady" in the 1992 film The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag.
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Learn about Cordell Jackson: her birthday, what she did before fame, her family life, fun trivia facts, popularity rankings, and more. She released one solo album over the course of her career, Cordell Jackson - Live in Chicago. She grew up in Pontotoc, Mississippi. Her father was a violinist with the band, the Pontotoc Ridge Runners, with whom she sometimes played. She appeared on Late Night with David Letterman in 1991 and 1992. Cordell Jackson Popularity.
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Rockabilly Xmas released: 2000. Upsalapalooza: More Live Music From WFMU released: 1995. Live In Chicago released: Rockabilly Xmas.
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Chicago (sometimes referred to as Chicago II) is the second studio album by Chicago-based American rock band Chicago. Like their debut album, Chicago Transit Authority, this was a double album. It was their first album under the name Chicago (the band's prior name, Chicago Transit Authority, was changed due to a threatened lawsuit from the Chicago Transit Authority) and the first to use the now ubiquitous cursive Chicago logo on the cover
Rockabilly guitarist Cordell Jackson was the first woman to produce, engineer, engineer and promote music on her own label, Moon Records. She was born in 1923 and died in 2004. At the time of her death, her label was the longest running record label in Memphis, Tennessee. Jackson was interviewed by Diane Lowery for ROCKRGRL Magazine in the May/June 1998 issue. Cordell had just become well-known for a Budweiser commercial she had done with Brian Setzer where she showed him up. She certainly was one of a kind. Recently she put out her first CD, Live in Chicago (Bughouse), which captures what she does best. Although she’s 74, she has never allowed the music-industry to limit her opportunities or to pigeon-hole what she does. I have done everything I have ever thought of as long as it wasn’t immoral, fattening, or illegal, Jackson says.
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|2||The Blues Chaser Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
|3||Hound Dogit Blues Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
|4||The Blues Street Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
|5||Knockin Sixty Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
|6||Tied Up Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
|7||Midnight Rodeo Cordell Jackson / Andrea Siegel||Cordell Jackson|
|8||Love Your Rock & Roll Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
|9||No More Bridges to Burn Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
|10||Basketball Man Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
|11||The Split Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
|13||Jazz Friend Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
|14||One of a KNG Good Feeling Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
|15||Johnny Cash Train Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
|16||Whazzat Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
|17||So Easy Sue Alexander / Cordell Jackson||Cordell Jackson|
CreditsSue Alexander - Composer
Phil Bonnet - Engineer
Kenn Goodman - Producer
Cordell Jackson - Composer, Primary Artist
Miriam Linna - Liner Notes
Marty Perez - Photography
Sheila Sachs - Design
Andrea Siegel - Composer