Jacob Flores is a 27 year old singer/songwriter. He was born in Lubbock, Texas, and raised in Hot Springs, Arkansas, since the age of 10. Flores' music features live looping and an eclectic repertoire of both Latin-American and American styles. His debut album, No Borders, was recorded out of Blue Rock Artist Ranch and Recording Studio. Flores’ music blends traditional Mexican folk music with classic American soul and R&B. Through musical depth and heartfelt lyrics in Spanish and English, No Borders merges tradition, invention, and stories from courageous living.
Flores graduated in 2009 from former President Bill Clinton's alma mater, Hot Springs High School. He first broke into the music scene while attending Henderson State University, where he entered the school's singing competition, "Henderson Idol," and went on to be crowned "2013 Henderson Idol." Since then, Flores has been invited to perform at events such as the Hot Water Hills Music Festival, the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, the Miss Arkansas Pageant, Hot Springs Jazz Society's “Vocal-Rama”, and the annual Hispanic Heritage Festivals at Magic Springs’ Timberwood Amphitheater, where he performed as the opening act for internationally-recognized recording artists La Sonora Dinamita and Los Traileros del Norte. He was most recently invited to perform at the 381st National Guard Birthday Gala in Washington, D.C., as well as to perform with award-winning singer/songwriter Woody Russell at the famous Skylark Lounge, one of Austin, Texas’ best live music venues. Flores has also been featured in articles by the Sentinel-Record, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Hot Springs Hot Spots magazine, and Hot Springs On the Go magazine. Flores has auditioned/advanced through preliminary rounds of NBC's "The Voice," and has been featured on Fox network’s “American Idol: Season 14.” When not touring, Flores performs weekly in many live music venues across Arkansas. He currently resides in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and is working on his follow-up album to No Borders.