Kaleb Jacks

Kaleb grew up in Missouri and had an affinity for music early in life, first playing the cello, trumpet and bass. Eventually he followed in his father’s footsteps, learning to play the saxophone and his interest in the instrument grew rapidly. He began playing in the high school jazz band and would go on to play in the Missouri All-State Jazz Orchestra two years in a row. Wanting to further his career in the music industry, Kaleb moved to Boston, MA to attend Berklee College of Music. While at Berklee, he studied under Dino Govoni and majored in Music Production and Audio Engineering.  Kaleb moved to Nashville in 2017 and soon began playing and working with a variety of artists in the Nashville area. He plays a variety of genres and settings from jazz to African spirituals; and from studio sessions to live performances. He has a passion for the saxophone and is eager to teach others how to grow in their proficiency with the instrument.