This past weekend, Jason performed at ArtBreak, a week-long arts festival for kids that just wrapped up yesterday. And there is some bootleg!: Video by jpetikas (If more surfaces, I’ll post it here, so check back.) Jason also held a mini-workshop for contestants in the ArtBreak Idol contest, as well as serving as one of
Jason performed last night at Sower of Seeds’ Evening of Hope, a benefit to help stop human trafficking. Twitterers have supplied us with photos: Photo by @shelbysmith1025 Photo by @coreypellet Photo by @KatieandAddlieLv Any bootleg, anyone? Thanks for finding and bringing these, Jasonized and ArtTeacher!
As many of you are already aware, Jason is in Nashville right now, recording his upcoming album. If you follow him on Twitter… (and if not, why not? Go to @jasoncastro immediately and begin!) …you’ll have seen that he’s been tweeting up a storm, including this little photo tour of the recording studio: Photo from
© FrontBurner/DMagazine There’s a nice little piece about Jason on DMagazine.com, on the occasion of Jason performing at an event supporting Global Health Corps on Sunday. Jason talks a bit about his new album (the one that he’s recording this week), so hop on over and take a look! Thanks for the find, Musiclova!
If you search back in the archives here (or here, or here, or here, or even here), you’ll find a mention or two of Dallas Unsigned, a showcase for up-and-coming Dallas artists launched by Jason and his brother Michael. Well, today DTune Magazine has spotlighted Dallas Unsigned in an article, complete with a long interview
People Magazine has put together a special issue, looking at every finalist from the first 10 seasons of American Idol. It hit the newstands this past Friday, and luckily for us, a fan posted a scan of the piece about Jason on Twitter: Scan by @rhiminee (In case you can’t squint hard enough to make
…according to EW.com, has Jason at Number 5: Jason Castro, season 7, fourth place ”Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen (1984), sung during Top 16 Guys — 1980s night. Jeff Buckley’s ethereal 1994 cover of ”Hallelujah” is beloved by many, so it was a big risk for the dread-headed singer to sit center stage and sing this