Ricky Lee Jackson


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There is no one better suited to sing "Freedom Family and Faith" than Ricky Lee Jackson.

Ricky is a Nashville country music recording artist, having achieved success and chart position with his album "The Other Side" in the 1990's.

As a political candidate and grassroots activist for conservative principles, he twice ran for Congress in his home state of Washington on a platform of economic growth, individual freedom and responsibility, and limited government.

Known affectionately in his community as the “singing doctor,” Ricky Lee has been a small business owner and family practice physician for over 25 years. This gives him keen insight into the dangers of socialized medicine and a deep passion for keeping America free and prosperous by proudly standing up for capitalism and individual liberty.

Ricky Lee is also a family man, married over 30 years to his wife, Jeanine, and raising three children, with a growing list of grandchildren. When Ricky Lee Jackson sings about "Freedom Family and Faith" he knows what he's talking about, and he believes most Americans share his belief that what makes America great isn’t our government – it’s our freedom, our families, and our faith.

Ricky Lee wrote and recorded this single as: "A song dedicated to the courage, wisdom, and foresight of the Founders of our nation, to those who have given their lives in the defense of liberty, and to all who are sacrificing to promote our unique American heritage of freedom, family, and faith."

Upon its release, “Freedom Family and Faith” garnered immediate attention. When the producers of the #1 Morning Cable News Program “Fox and Friends” heard the song, the immediately flew Ricky Lee out to their New York Studios and asked to interview him on the raging Health Care debate and also had him perform the song live in the studio for the millions of listeners at home. After the appearance, FFF went to #1 on the CDBaby Country Charts, the largest independent music distributor in the world.

Ricky Lee was called on air, “He’s the new Joe the Plumber, now there’s Rick the Doctor!” during a nationally broadcasted interview and performance on ‘Fox & Friends’.

His newest release, a rock single written for the Tea Party Movement, “We’re Gonna Have A Par-Tea!”, has already garnered national attention through radio interviews, including the nationally syndicated ‘Jesse Lee Peterson Show’––who is also a frequent guest commentator on ‘Hannity’.

Ricky Lee continues to receive invitations to sing at constitutionally conservative events around the country, including a recent performance at the WA GOP State Convention with Mitt Romney and Michelle Malkin as the key note speakers. Ricky has partnered with such organizations as Americans For Prosperity, The Evergreen Freedom Foundation, and has been a featured guest on the American Freedom Report and Fox News, among many others. Ricky Lee is also a frequent columnist for the online conservative news and media outlet “Web Today”. When the news media want a Doctor’s Take on Health Care or the Tea Party movement, many hosts want to interview Ricky Lee Jackson for his common sense, unique perspective––as a physician by day and a political grass-roots activist performer by night who understands and articulates the issues with clarity, passion, and conviction.

When he is not “singing to rally the nation” (‘Fox and Friends’) Ricky resides in Vancouver, WA with his wife of 35 years, Jeanine. Ricky loves spending his free time with his three grown children and several grandchildren.

Written by Ricky Lee Jackson, Jonathan Jackson, Candice E. Jackson Produced by Ronn Chick, Ricky Lee Jackson, Jonathan Jackson, and Richard Lee Jackson Mixed by Ronn Chick Recorded at Aunt Thelma’s, Portland, OR © Copyright Ricky Lee Jackson Music (ASCAP) 2009 / Hilasterion Records Additional Musicians: Fiddle by Sam Shradder, Back-Up Vocals by Sieeda Wright

What Fox News Says About Ricky Lee Jackson:

"He’s the new Joe the Plumber; now there's Rick the Doctor...
Some have joined Tea Parties, stormed town halls, others like family practice physician and country recording artist Ricky Lee Jackson have taken to the microphone... 
he wants his country back." 
~ Fox and Friends / Fox News

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