Reaching her 20-year tenure, the Panther of Cremona, 4 Octave BJ&G international classic songstress-lyricist, educator, producer, and radio host, Habaka Kay Foster Jackson has performed on some of the hottest Blues and Jazz stages in the world. The 56th, and 57th Annual Jazz and Blues Riverboat Cruise (Hartford, Connecticut), (Gdynia Blues Festival (Poland), Carpenetto Romano, San Vito Blues Soul Festival, Portello River Festival, Jazz in San Donà, Budapest Blues Festival, Tropea Blues, Torritta Blues, Pordenone Blues Fest, Narcaro Blues, Narni Blues, Bellinzona Blues Fest, and Trasimeno Blues) she has also shared the stage with such artists such as; Bo-Diddley, Wilson Picket, Kenny Neal, Solomon Burke, Louisiana Red, Sandra Hall, Peach's Staten, Ana Popovic, Scott Henderson, Sugar Blue and B. B. King to give you an idea of where she's been and where she's going. In 2012, Habaka collaborated with the Bella Blues Band now called Shakeblues in Europe where she was featured on their new CD entitled "Blue @", in March 2014 Habaka kfj under the distribution of Tate Music Group released her new CD entitled " I Will Wait For You". Now with her brand new 2016 release "Heritage Blue" from Husky Tone Records, Habaka has stepped into her inheritance paying homage to her lineage and she wears the crown belting out such classics as The Thrill Is Gone, Ain't No Love (In The Heart Of The City), I Put A Spell On You, with a sprinkle of originals presented Habaka Style bringing you into the 21st century, a New Blues.
Habaka,Tennessee born and reared in Bloomfield, CT is known for changing her style with ease and Blues is no different. As she steps up to the mic you know from the first note that you're in for a special treat. Her voice smooth and crystal clear, aggressive yet sultry with a 4 Octave range, commanding just what she wants from her musicians with the energy of Tina Turner and the sounds of Etta James we advise you to hear her for yourself and as we've said it before, she wears the crown.