Kerry Jacobson

Kerry Jacobson was born in Wellington, New Zealand, on 19th April 1954, and began playing drums at the tender age of 9 and played professionally in his father’s jazz band when he turned 13.  He moved to Australia in 1976 to join a then unknown band called Dragon, who a year later achieved massive success on the Australian charts, and stayed with them until 1984.
 
During the ‘80s he also became a session drummer in Sydney recording albums with such artists as Richard Clapton, The Kevin Borich Express, Marc Hunter and many more.
 
He moved to Brisbane in 1990 to study jazz at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, after which he joined Ian Moss on his 1992 tour of Germany supporting American '70s band Rare Earth.

 

In 2007 Dragon were inducted into the Aria Hall of Fame where the band performed for the first time in 25 years. This sparked a reunion gig in 2008 which “sold out” the Sydney Entertainment Centre.

Current Acts:   

                 

⦁    Ian Moss – Musical Director
⦁    Mondo Rock
⦁    Renee Geyer


Past Australian Acts: 

⦁    Dragon (1976 - 1984)

⦁    Leo Sayer
⦁    Choirboys
⦁    Black Sorrows

⦁    Marcia Hines
⦁    Party Boys
⦁    Grace Knight
⦁    Mental as Anything

⦁    Michael Jackson Tribute Show

⦁    Bruno Mars Tribute Show
⦁    Pink Floyd Tribute Show - “Beyond The Darkside”
⦁    Phil Emmanuel

⦁    Mal Eastick Band

⦁    Lobby Lloyd and the Coloured Balls

⦁    Troy Cassar Daley
⦁    Brian Cadd
⦁    Glen Shorrock
⦁    Andy Cowan
⦁    Doug Parkinson
⦁    Mark Williams
⦁    Swanee
⦁    Kevin Borich Express

⦁    Jon English & Peter Cupples
⦁    James Morrison Soul Review

⦁    Andrew Firth

⦁    Graeme Connors


International Acts: 


⦁    The Supremes - USA
⦁    Canned Heat - USA
⦁    Eugene "Hideaway" Bridges - USA
⦁    Shirley Meyers - Canada
 

Endorsed By:

⦁ Pro Music Australia               

⦁ Dixon Artisan Drums

⦁ Bosphorus Cymbals

⦁ NU-X Electronic Drums 

⦁ Wincent Drumsticks 

⦁ Evans Drum Heads

⦁ Hear and Say Ear Plugs 

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