We got you cake! credit: www.thatlittlesomethingspecial.com Lots of cake… credit: K0modoDragon on photobucket.com Really, a great deal of cake… credit: mooncici on flickr.com (You do like cake, right?) Happy twenty-fifth!
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Here’s an interview with Jason from the Malaria No More Event with HOT 99.5’s Sarah Fraser on behalf of Fox 5: ‘American Idol’ Review: March 7, 2012: MyFoxDC.com
Just below (yes, down there…no, a little farther…no, not that far…YES! just there) we told you about Jason’s trip to Washington on behalf of Malaria No More. And after meeting with various congressmen on Capitol Hill, Jason (and Melinda Doolittle and Elliott Yamin) performed at the Malaria No More reception. At the event, Jason spoke
“What’s that?” you say? Well, Purim is one of Judaism’s minor holidays, but a particularly joyous one, celebrating the events in The Book of Esther with a happy story to listen to in synagogue (and a chance to bang around and make all sorts of noise during, to boot), children–and some adults–romping around the streets
To quote from PR Newswire: Today, Malaria No More, a nonprofit organization determined to help end malaria deaths in Africa, will bring former American Idol finalists Jason Castro (Season 7, 4th place), Melinda Doolittle (Season 6, 3rd place) and Elliott Yamin (Season 5, 3rd place) to Washington, D.C. to meet with members of Congress to
Hie on over to JasonCastroMusic.com for a new video from Jason, filling us in on his Word signing and future plans! (Just click the clicky link up there.) Well, what are you still doing here? Shoo!
According to USA Today’s Idol Chatter blog, Jason has signed a new contract with Word Records (a Christian label that, like Atlantic, is part of the Warner Music Group). Caption: Singer/songwriter Jason Castro (bottom right) signs his recording contract with Word Records. (Photo © Tree Paine) Please note, however!: Jason, who says he hates getting
At a recent visit to Watermark Church, Jason covered “Background,” originally recorded by Lecrae and Andy Mineo, for the 6-12th graders: Video by watermarkstudents Thanks for the find, Jasonized!