"8 Track Mind"
The Panther Of Cremona is what she's called in Italy and she is famous for her profound contralto voice. HABAKA is a 4 Octave International Classic BJ&G Vocalist and comes from a lineage of musicians and entertainers.
"8 Track Mind" is HABAKA's new TV Web Series which focuses on interviewing seasoned entertainers sharing their wisdom, experience, knowledge and expertise concerning their craft and and the world of entertainment.
"2019 BMA Award Winner of Best Female Jazz Vocalist Performer for Las Vegas. Habaka Kfj, American 4 octave international classic BJ&G Vocalist, born in Nashville, TN and raised in Bloomfield, CT. Coined The Panther Of Cremona, Italy and famous for her profound contralto voice, strong yet smooth and crystal clear, a voice that calls to mind the sultriness and class of Cassandra and Nancy Wilson, the sassiness of Eartha Kitt, the subtleness of Shirley Horn, and even, when necessary, the big vibrato of Bessie Smith, Etta James and Mahalia Jackson, all wrapped up into one phenomenally talented woman...International Blues, Jazz, Gospel recording artist and she also had the opportunity to be the midday radio host of BlackBerryJazz Radio Station and now producer of her own new TV Web Series "8 Track Mind" meet, Habaka Kay Foster Jackson. In December 2016 Habaka released her most personal and soulfully inspired album produced by Habaka entitled "Heritage Blue" under the Husky Tone Records label, featuring amazingly outstanding musicians that includes a stellar performance by James Boogaloo Bolden (former bandleader on trumpet for B.B. King), Eric Demmer on sax (formerly with Gatemouth Brown), and James Lamar Boulet on trumpet. This phenomenal recording is a tour de force collection of Blues and Jazz standards, and originals rearranged "Habaka Style" to bring these age-old classics of yesterday into the 21st century. On this brilliant new release of "Heritage Blue", Habaka takes her listeners on a journey from Blues to Jazz, and Soul to Funk from pleasure to pain and everywhere in between."