As previously announced (see below, Sept. 17), Jason is coming out with an Christian album–Who I Am–scheduled for release on November 9. That CD has ten songs: four new songs, five songs from his debut album, and a studio version of “Changing Colors,” a song he’s played on tour that didn’t make the debut album.
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, begins later this week on Wednesday evening. So, Happy Rosh Hashanah! From Israel (the Ein Prat Fountainheads): And from America (the Yeshiva University Maccabeats): May you all be written down in the Book of Life for a good year!
Thanks to the ever-awesome Winnie–many thanks, Winnie! If I Were You: Video by winnpoober Wait (For a Miracle): Video by winnpoober And I will quote Winnie’s YouTube comments for this one–Coldplay’s Fix You: Jason Castro was the special guest artist at the fund raising event held at the Collins Community Church in Plano, TX. This
Thanks to our own suekropp–thanks, Sue! That’s What I’m Here For: Video by castromusicfreak Over the Rainbow: Video by castromusicfreak Crazy: Video by castromusicfreak And there is more after the jump, so click the clicky link… ETA: AND there are photos! Mount Olive College has put up a slide show of pix from the event
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These videos are from our own Cookie–thanks, Cookie!–and she warns that the event was unmiked and not front lit, so they are what they are. But hey, you got them while being rained on, which surely counts for extra Brownie points! That’s What I’m Here For: Video by cookie44jcm Let’s Just Fall in Love Again:
This batch are all courtesy of our own Violet–thanks, Vi, they are awesome! Wait (For a Miracle): Video by violetskyye Alan Jackson’s Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning: Video by violetskyye And much more after the jump, so be sure to click on the clicky and have a look-and-listen!’