Hallie Jackson Music Hallie Jackson Atlanta Born August 29, 1995 and raised by her father Quantaa Jackson in the small Texas town of Wharton, Hallie Breanne Whitaker Jackson has deep roots in the South. She attended school in Wharton and also in Richmond, TX where she participated in the choir. By the age of four people were already taking notice of her natural singing ability. Hallie started singing in the church choir at age six and was performing before audiences by ten, at which time she auditioned for the Apollo Theatre. She also auditioned for "America's Got Talent," sang in numerous talent shows and was a top 10 participant in her local Towns Sugar Land Superstars before vast audiences. It was a performance in 2009 at Camp Jam Houston (a summer rock band camp) that her abilities were recognized by Jeff Carlisi, founding member of rock group 38 Special and co-founder of Camp Jam. Hallie was the 2010 winner of Camp Jam's "Battle of the Online Rock Solos." Future music endeavors include recording and learning to play both the piano and guitar. "My dream is to present myself and my music to the world."