Most artist biographies typically have a perfect and detailed story about how that artist began writing songs or performing in front of crowds. But with Garrett Jacobs, his story and his biography is anything but typical, which pairs well with his voice. The Louisiana native not only has a blend of such diverse musical influences but has also had a unique journey for only being 19 years old.
Garrett Jacobs, spent his early years in Valdosta, Georgia and has been singing since he could talk. When Garrett was in middle school, his family relocated to Bossier City, Louisiana due to his father being in the military. It was in Louisiana where Garrett began leading worship for his church, finding the soul in his voice and falling in love with performing. It wasn’t until his senior year of high school that Garrett really dove into singing and shortly realized that it could be a life-long career.
In 2018, Garrett Jacobs competed on American Idol, where he placed in the top 14.
After being voted off of American Idol and graduating from high school, Garrett decided to make his first trip to Nashville, TN, where he was invited to play a round at Whiskey Jam and filled his week with co-writing sessions. During Garrett's first co-writing session, he wrote what would soon be his debut single, "The Healing" which was released in 2019. Since that day, Garrett decided that he wanted to whole-hardheartedly pursue his career in music and immerse himself within the songwriting community.
Garrett Jacobs signed a management deal with 318 Management based in Nashville, TN in August 2018 and since then Garrett has made it a top priority to hone his skills as a songwriter and performer.
Garrett has now shared the stage with acts such as Colbie Caillat, Adam Doleac, Riley Green and Jon Langston. He is currently continuing to play as many shows as he can as well as working on an upcoming release with his producer, Jason Massey.