Wilderness, Jade Jackson’s second full-length album was produced by Mike Ness of SoCal punk rock band Social Distortion. The album received critical acclaim from the Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone Country, and more. Jackson hails from the tiny town of Santa Margarita in central California, where she spent endless nights working at her parents’ restaurant, learning guitar and writing songs at the age of 13. By the time she graduated high school, she had written over 300 songs. Fast forward, two days after her 20th birthday, Jackson fell from a 15-foot rope swing and was told she would never be able to walk again. Frightened by that news, Jade fought and worked through struggles and many low points. The accident gave her a sense of purpose, direction, and newfound meaning of gratitude. Jade knows how precious life is and takes nothing for granted. The theme of Wilderness deals heavily with those attitudes and feelings.