Neil Jacobson, musician and songwriter, is pleased to announce the release of a music video to support his new single , "It's Thanksgiving Time." Neil Jacobson has always enjoyed the traditional holiday tunes that were part of his childhood. Although he has written and recorded many songs, it’s been a dream of his to compose the ultimate holiday standard. This dream is finally realized with the release of "It's Thanksgiving Time," a new holiday classic.
You can watch the "It's Thanksgiving Time" music video at www.youtube.com/watch?v=ah27auewFU0 and listen to the single at www.reverbnation.com/neiljacobson.
Jacobson explains, "Through this song, I want to bring the good feeling Thanksgiving embodies to the forefront because I believe that music has a very profound effect on all people and all cultures. It has the power to change people's minds in a time that really needs positive messages of hope, togetherness, and love. 'It's Thanksgiving Time' is written in the style of the classic songs that form the soundtrack to our appreciation of the holidays and the video was filmed in the studio and on location in Bethel, Connecticut. It was shot just as the leaves started to turn colors and the weather turn to autumn. I composed the song in a manner that is open to different interpretations and performances and look forward to other artists' personalizations of the song and to their giving voice to it for audiences around the world."
Neil grew up in Oceanside, New York, and has been involved in music since the age of 7, first playing folk guitar and then drums with his brother, John, a child-prodigy pianist, and continuing to perform with him throughout junior high and high school.
Formal music education continued at Shenandoah University in Virginia and then in New York City at the Manhattan School of Music. He has played in many NYC clubs, and he also formed a partnership with keyboardist Peter Schott with whom he wrote music for jingles, television, and album projects. They collaborated with noted French animation master Jean-Pierre Jacquet and created several animated series, including The Bugs, Frik & Frak, and Deadbeats.
Neil continues to perform and compose in New York.