It all started when…

Introducing Australian singer songwriter MAX JACKSON.

 Max has been working towards the release of her forthcoming debut album ‘LIFE OF THE PARTY’ for the past 10 years, and on Friday August 16 releases her first single ‘SATURDAY’ as she tours the country opening for Gina Jeffreys.

On ‘SATURDAY’ Max’s fresh, pop-country sound transports you to the dreamy happy place of the weekend and you’ll be singing along all week long.

For a little over six years, Max has happily been the behind-the-scenes songwriter, honing her craft on multiple trips to Nashville and Los Angeles and writing with established International and Australian artists on their projects. 

 Max’s most recent cuts include four songs that feature on Gina Jeffreys’ #1 ‘Beautiful Tangle’ album and Nashville pop singer/song writer, Svrcina’s track ‘Astronomical’ which to date has just over 2 million YouTube views. 

 In recent years, tapping into her truth, writing lyrics from her heart, melodies from her soul and forming a style that is all her own, Max couldn’t resist telling the one story that had never been written, her life story.

‘LIFE OF THE PARTY’, Max’s forthcoming debut album, is due for release in early 2020. It’s real, raw and unique. Recorded between The Sound Emporium in Nashville, Tennessee and The Music Cellar, Erina, New South Wales, ‘LIFE OF THE PARTY’ was produced by long time friend and award winning Australian Producer, Rod McCormack. It sounds and feels like home and an adventure all at once. 

 Max was the Inaugural winner of the TodaysCountry94one “Brand New Star” Competition and is a proud graduate of the prestigious Talent Development Project (TDP) and The Academy of Country Music.

Max Jackson has grown and changed and as every young artist does, but one thing has remained, all she really craves and strives to deliver is three (or four) chords and the truth.


Download ‘Saturday’ and watch the quirky, colourful and animated video here


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For further information, or to arrange an interview, please contact: 

Valerie MacIver at VMPR:  or 02 9443 2401