Update Thanks so much everyone. We reached our goal in record time. Thank you to everyone who chipped in. And to those who didn’t – no worries. We all give when and where we can. Party time! So it’s that time of year when the rent comes due… I run Copia on a private server,
Today is Tuesday (yes, really) and so of course there is a new fan club video. But instead of the last Q&A video we were expecting, there’s a special announcement by Jason… …so click on over and get the news! Still not a fan club member? Click here for more info.
Thanks to Shelley Yates at The Fish House & Atlas Oyster House in Pensacola, FL for taping Jason’s set this past weekend and then being so amazing as to share it with us. If you appreciate this generosity as much as I think you will, take a moment to let them know by liking their
Photo from Phil Bailey/GoPensacola.com It doesn’t have any of his new music, but here’s some footage of Jason’s show in Pensacola at the Fish House Deck Bar last week, courtesy of goodgrits1: There’s also a bunch more photos here. Thanks to realmccoy for the find!
Again – thanks spandauSN aka jcmyfascination for sharing video of Jason’s performances.
Jason played a couple of last minute free shows in Pensacola and Destin this past weekend and performed some new material. Thanks to spandauSN (aka jcmyfascination) for recording this new song.
AWESOME FIND from Dakota! Jason talks about the songs he’ll be including on a new Christian release… and tell us the title of the new CD will be “Who I am”. Noice.
Are you familiar with HitPredictor? It’s a site that lets you hear substantial clips from all kinds of new songs (you can pick your favorite categories) and rate them, to help artists and labels judge potential audience responses. For every song you rate, you earn points, which you can redeem for prizes. Me, I like
So last week the Fan Club announced they found FOUR MORE Q&A videos for us! (See what a good idea it is to clean out your files regularly?) Video 11 went up last week, and #12 went up today! And of course that means there are two more left–so if you want to see the
I heard someone refer to this past 10 years as the “decade of calamity”. As a country, we’ve survived a terrorist attack, assaults of nature, incomprehensible random acts of violence, economic catastrophe and a mind-boggling man-made natural disaster. Off shore, we watched in heartbreak as people were devastated by tsunamis, hurricanes and earthquakes. But while