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Disney Star Jackson Dollinger To Release First EP of the New Year, “Social Isolation.

Artist, producer and songwriter Jackson Dollinger is greeting the new year with the release of his first EP, ‘Social Isolation’ on January 19, 2021.  Jackson is a recording artist who has a lot of experience, in spite of his young age. At only 13, he has several successful releases under his belt, and he is also an actor, starring in “Sydney to the Max,” a hit show on Disney Channel. Whether he’s acting or singing, Jackson loves to make music that connects with people on a deeper personal level. His sound is a combination of different genres and sonic aesthetics, most notably Pop, Trap, and R&B with a modern feel. His upcoming studio release, “Social Isolation,” is a perfect example of this excellent creative balance, showcasing the artist’s personality and his ability to make music that sets the bar higher in terms of personality and innovation. As the title of this release might suggest, the songs are inspired by the struggles we all had to face throughout 2020. Let’s face it; the past year has been quite challenging for most people, especially musicians, who have often been stuck at home and unable to tour or create. Jackson took advantage of the downtime and tried to make the best of it by creating some of his strongest songs to date. The new EP features four original songs, each blurring the lines between different styles and revealing Jackson’s incredible charisma and versatility. The opening track, “Golden Hour,” plays as an impactful introduction to this EP and mission statement simultaneously. The second track, ‘Moonlight’ features Kish and is an outstanding collaboration with one of The Netherlands finest new artists. ‘Wait or Run’ continues the EP with a lush guitar melody that crescendos to a climatic chorus alternating between ease and excitement between verse, bridge and hook. The EP descends to a slow soulful finish with ‘Walk Alone’. “Social Isolation” comes highly recommended if you are a fan of artists such as Justin Bieber, Drake, and Juice WRLD, just to mention a few. “Social Isolation” is undoubtedly going to be one of the new year’s musical highlights, and it definitely sets the mood for a great start for Jackson Dollinger.

Find out more about Jackson Dollinger, and listen to “Social Isolation.” This release is going to be available on all major digital music streaming platforms on the web starting from January 19th, which also happens to be Jackson’s birthday!

About Jackson Dollinger

Jackson Dollinger is certainly a multifaceted performer. Already an in-demand actor at 13, he’s now also singing and producing infectious pop music.

Entertaining and performing is something that seems to run in some people’s blood. 13-year-old Jackson Dollinger is a shining example of this. The young actor already stars in the popular Disney Channel Original Series, “Sydney to the Max”, in its third season.  Building off of that success and expanding his horizon’s even further, Jackson recently released the pop single “I’m Yours.”   The excitement surrounding his jump into music is high and rising!

“Music was a way for me to get my emotions out during quarantine, commented the clearly passionate star.  “It acted as my therapy during these uncertain times.”

Jackson has also done voiceover work, like on the Disney animated series “Puppy Dog Pals” where he plays Charlie, on stage (including a role in “John as the Father”), and has been featured in many commercials for top products, companies and brands. Expect the near future to see more of Jackson as Young Max on “Sydney to the Max” as he continues to share his music with the world.  His upcoming EP release is certain to captivate listeners around the globe. Set to be the next big pop artist, Jackson is inspired by the likes of Juice World, Iann Dior, Justin Bieber, Blink-182, and Nick Mira. The rising Artist does not confine himself to the boundaries of a single genre.

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