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"Great new tune from a talented songwriter who stays grounded in his own style of music." -Danny Lynn, TIKI MAN RADIO

"A long awaited, fresh observation of a music and lifestyle. Tropical Americana, just good music." -Harry Teaford, RADIO A1A


      Born and raised in the Mississippi Delta, Jason was bathed in a rich culture of music. Striking out on the road at an early age, he cut his teeth playing music from coast to coast before moving to Nashville, Tennessee. His vacation-inspiring songs reflect his influences and manage to cement his style somewhere between Jimmy Buffett and Steve Wariner.


      Jason formed the country band Mississippi Rain and toured all over the United States, including a stint in Anchorage, Alaska. Then he formed the rock band The Smak Daddies, who played regionally in Mississippi. Jason then made a shift to the bass guitar and was a founding member of Kyote Wylde, that later became Crossin’ Dixon. After moving to Nashville, Jason found himself playing bass for female artist Jana Seantelle, and got a big taste of slinging out requests on Broadway in Nashville. He wrote the songs and produced her debut album in 2007. Jason also played for such Nashville artists as Robert Burgeis and rising star J. D. Shelburne.


      Songwriting became his passion at the early age of 12, even before he could play an instrument. Jason has written constantly ever since, and not only songs, but dabbling in short stories and novels. He has a creative mind that never stops thinking “what if?” Somewhere inside him, a dream was cultivated of sailing oceans. The music of Jimmy Buffett surely fed this desire, and it seems a natural progression that Jason would make his way into the world of Trop Rock and Caribbean Country Music where he has released his first original music into the world available on all platforms.

     Jason has also shared the stage with The Marshall Tucker Band, Jefferson Starship, Atlanta Rhythm Section, America, The Fortunes, Joe El Sonnier, Dierks Bentley, John Anderson, Steve Azar, and Easton Corbin.

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