From Jason’s show at the American Music Theater in Lancaster, PA last night (Feb. 27)… first, some photos: © someday59 © ohiocastrofan © realmccoy © happimess © Karen Rose Smith (Note: More pix if you click the link!) © spinaroundforjoy © ArtTeacher And now for some bootleg! Heart of Stone: From nancyellen1956 aka realmccoy It
Pop by Jon Caramanica JASON CASTRO […] Post-“Idol,” though, he caught up to the adulation, releasing a surprisingly strong soft-rock album last year…. The Mr. Castro performing at the YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts on Long Island this week may not resemble the one on “Idol” but wouldn’t be here without him. Find
Speaking about “Who I Am” and his entry into the Christian market, Jason says: “I’m a songwriter first and foremost and as a songwriter, you write about all sorts of things in your life. Some of them are about my faith.” But he shies away from pigeonholing himself and his music into one particular market.
Here’s Jason on being a self-taught singer: […] I think that one advantage of going out and being an artist is having a unique voice. I think that kind of happened because I started singing later in life. You know, I didn’t really have anyone telling me how to sing. And, of course, now I
#12 after 18 weeks on the Billboard Christian Songs chart, still gaining in spins and sales. Yes, indeedy!
Check out his latest edition of Idoloonies…and note the shoutout to Jason from Michael and his “Idoloonie” Rachel at around 3:30 in Part 4! Yes, Michael, have Jason on as a musical guest–do it, please! And thanks to Minnie for finding it!
…right here on the Watermark Students YouTube Channel: It’s different. Very different. Thanks for finding this, Jasonized–I’m still giggling!
With Chris August (and other guys) on the bus after the Kansas City show, Feb. 20: You can also see it here, on Ustream. (Actually, no, I don’t get it all. But they all seem to be happy with each other, so…)
…just about here, in anticipation of Jason’s show at the American Music Theatre on February 27. In it, the correspondent quotes from a phone interview, in which Jason discusses how he came to music and singing, as well as his feelings about his career in music: “It’s always been my dream to make my living
Hallelujah: Video courtesy of karmstro5