Tycey L. Jackson
Singer/Song Writer/ Entertainer

Tycey Jackson, formerly of Paterson, NJ, is well known for her singing, teaching and directing talent. As a young girl,
she became a member of the Canaan Baptist Church choir where her talent was showcased to her community. Her
directing ability became apparent, when singing in her church choir quickly transitioned to directing the youth and young
adult choirs.

Althoughhough serving her church will always be foremost in her heart, Tycey was convinced to branch out and try her
often petitioned talent on the world at large. It was not a surprise, that this petite frame with a big voice, would soon win
the 1990 Hal Jackson’s talented Teens of Passaic County and later go on to secure the First Place title in the Hal
Jackson's New Jersey State Pageant.

After her win, Tycey traveled to Los Angeles CA, to experience her first time in the studio. While still crowned Hal
Jackson’s Teen of Passaic County, Tycey won yet another crown as Miss Black Teenage World in 1991.

Tycey has always been recognized as a soft actor and sensational talent. With her attention to detail, high energy and
strong work ethic, she was called to perform in the Off-Broadway play, "Harlem Comes to Broadway." During this time,
Tycey worked with R&B artist Milira Jones, who is known for her hit song "Go Outside in the Rain" and the remake of
"Mercy Mercy Me.”

After her time as Hal Jackson's Miss Black Teenage World, Tycey was featured in the New Jersey Sunday Star Ledger,
She then prepared herself for Mc Donald’s Gospel fest in 2001 where she humbly accepted her first place prize. In June
of that year, she was able to display her acting abilities when she performed as Pontius Pilot’s Wife at the New Jersey
Performing Arts Center in the hit play "Your Arms Too Short to Box with God," produced by Curtis A. Farrow. The cast
also included Cissy Houston, Melba Moore and Dee Dee Warwick.

Currently, Tycey is a primary contributor to her music ministry at her church. She continues to showcase her
phenomenal talent for audiences at community events, weddings, parties and affairs.