Meet Jackson Taylor Blues Company

Jackson Taylor is a young but experienced blues-rock musician based out of the Philadelphia suburbs of New Jersey. Jackson Taylor Blues Company specializes in rockin, high energy blues tunes. With inspirations in BB King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Walter Trout, Joe Bonamassa - and original renditions of these well known tunes/original material, JTBc brings contagious passion and emotion into their performances. Jazz/Funk and Rock nuances gives them their own unique sound, and makes every song that they play like their own.


Jackson Taylor Lee


Jackson's passion for his craft of entertaining has always shown as a major part of his personality. His musical journey began at a young age as a member of grandparents theater program. These experiences, along with the great inspiration in his grandfather (Jack Jeckot *bio below*) led to picking up a guitar by age 9.

He furthered his musical knowledge as a part of his high school band and a member of drum and bugle corps hornlines.

Many other inspirations struck him throughout the following years; such as, Eddie Van Halen and John Petrucci, but it was when he discovered blues legends like BB King, Muddy Waters, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Walter Trout, Eric Gales and Joe Bonamassa, that Jackson fell in love with the genre. After many experiences playing with Walter Trout and his band, Jackson was sold, and knew what he wanted to do with his life. Chasing this passion has always been a dream.

Eric Scirrotto


Eric grew up surrounded by music thanks to his father, Fran, who often enjoyed 70's rock and 90's grunge throughout the house after work. In his teens, he started exploring many more genres of music. Eric was a bass guitarist for HS Symphonic Band class, and a dedicated percussionist in the drumline of the marching ensembles; also where he instructed students after graduation. During this time he learned music theory, how to play to a metronome, and met Jackson and Josh.

His largest influences include many such David Gilmour and John Mayer. One day, he came across Stevie Ray Vaughan's album, Texas Flood. That's when the switch flipped. The blues caused a rush of emotions Eric had not felt before.


Josh Myers


Josh grew up inspired by the music being played around him by his father, Bruce. He began his own musical explorations at nine years old as a saxophonist in his school concert band, as well as in his HS marching band, where he met Jackson and Eric. At age 14, Josh saved up to get is first bass, and channeled strong inspirations from Geddy Lee (Rush), Chris Squire (Yes), and Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers). Jude, his close childhood friend, is a drummer who always shared a music taste with him. They played their favorite songs together, and very quickly Josh was sold.

After branching out and exploring new music, he discovered the playing of great bassists like Victor Wooten and Joe Dart (Vulfpeck) both which inspired him to take a leap of faith and give music all he's got. Josh is thrilled to be out playing for and entertaining crowds. He is very simply the groove of JTB. Let's make some noise for the bass player!

Jack Jeckot


Jack was born in Albany, New York. At the age of 8 his family moved back to South Jersey where he still resides today with his wife, Christine. Growing up with his mother and siblings in the home of his grandparents, he credits his grandmother’s piano playing and his grandfather’s banjo strumming as his first musical influences. Then came Ray Charles, The Beatles and all the 60’s influences. As a teen, Jack became proficient playing rock-and-roll and blues piano. Since the 7th grade Jack has played guitar, piano, organ, brass and sang lead in several rock groups including Wilmont Mews which started the career of the great blues guitar virtuoso, Walter Trout.

After high school, Jack attended West Chester University and majored in Music Education. During his teaching years in Mt. Laurel, NJ, Jack and with his wife, Christine, also directed a wonderful theater program for children up to 8th grade, all while also performing with The BB Jackson Band. Together he and Christine created, composed, produced and directed 15 original stage musicals. Now after 40 years as a music educator, Jack is retired from teaching and is back to being a full-time musician.

Since May of 2013, Jack has been touring with Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Richie Furay of Buffalo Springfield, Poco and Souther-Hillman-Furay Band. When back in Jersey, Jack really enjoys playing keys with his grandson (Jackson) and his band. JTB ROCKS.


John Bogansky


John Bogansky is a drummer, keyboardist and producer from Philadelphia, PA. John was born with a pair of sticks in his hands, started tapping on pots and pans at 2 years old and got his first drum kit at 4. His first tutor and inspiration was, and still is his dad, who also plays drums, and introduced him to many different types of music. He also discovered video production and filmmaking at a young age. Throughout high school, he started playing piano and started experimenting with producing different types of funk/jazz/hip-hop music. John is currently playing with numerous Philly artists, and also attending jam sessions every night all around Philly and New Jersey to try and make his dream career of being a touring drummer possible. He is also making online music videos to supplement his music. John also currently plays with local Philly-area bands The Smoking Lightbulb, Blue Reign, Tan Sedan and also performs an electronic solo show.