Then you don’t want to miss this!
We were rehearsing for a show tomorrow at @williamjewellcollege and a lot of these songs are getting new life as we reconfigure them as a duo. Excited to debut Diamond Dreams 2.0 tomorrow! We’re also going to be trying out a few new ones. Can’t wait to play in the Historic Gano Chapel, which is
To quote Jason’s video notes: I’ve launched a new rehab company called Castro Casa. We will be flipping our way through Dallas and you can follow along here! This is the first house. A charming 1920’s bungalow in east Dallas. #demoday and #foundation repairs. Follow me on Instagram @castrocasa
Because somehow I missed this remote visit that Jason made to Canada’s Zoomer Radio a week or two ago. As part of his stop-by he performed this gorgeous rendition of “Hallelujah”: Video posted by ZoomerRadio Yes, I know. You’ve heard Jason sing Hallelujah before. Like, many times. Forget that and listen to this, because, as
Welp. Maybe they’ll change the name to The Castro Boys…? No? Well, maybe not. But there are bound to be changes, and we’ve been promised new music, so that’s all something to look forward to! Thanks for the heads up, Jasonized–what with the holidays I’m so behind on things!
There’s still four or five hours left, so… Happy birthday, Jason! Have some music-related cake: source: Cake Central source: Little Birthday Cakes source: see-through-silence, Artisan Crafts / Culinary Arts / Food Art For actual music… We at Copia, as always, wish you a music- and joy-filled year!
VisitDallas is excited to bring live music to the 39th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade with special guests, the Castro band. Led by former American Idol Star, Jason Castro, Castro is proud to perform a selection of songs in front of a hometown crowd! Woo! Read all about it:
If you want to skip right to the good part: Jason Castro — The dreadlocked guitar strummer was charming enough to score a fourth-place finish during season 7 and land an Atlantic Records album release, but rarely has there been an Idol contestant who seemed less interested in the machinery of fame. Castro melted hearts