We have a little bootleg! Waiting on a Miracle, Jason joining Matthew West in one of Matthew’s songs: Video by 63angel Thanks for bringing us this, ArtTeacher.
Jason will be releasing “Stay This Way” as the third single off his Only a Mountain album. According to Music News Nashville, it’s currently releasing to radio stations and will go for add on Oct. 18. We’ll keep you posted! Thanks for the find, Jasonized.
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From the Carlsbad Current–Argus (emphasis mine): The concert […] is not just for fans of Christian music according to John Pennell, producer at Total Productions, which will be producing the concert. “West is a just a great performer and Castro is on fire right now,” said Pennell. (Or at any time!) For the full article,
Jason performed there last week, and thanks to Copian crazydo, we have recap (See our forum for those. No, go. I’ll wait.) and photo and even some bootleg from the show finale, with Jason on the bongos: Video by crazydexterdo Videos by crazydexterdo Thanks so much for the recap and photos and vid and all,
See, it’s on YouTube, I just don’t know if the interviewer is John Quinn (who posted the vids) or not, nor do I know for what media outlet the interview was done, but it was just posted on Saturday, so…here you go! Videos posted by John Quinn If I find out more I’ll edit, so
Jason, about the Only a Mountain album: “It’s been affirming to see how it’s gone across with fans,” Castro said, citing one example of a man who approached him after a concert to say he’d been clean from drugs for seven days and credited Castro’s music for giving him the necessary strength. “You hear stories
From June 10, 2013, to be exact. (Hey, I did not say the DISTANT past. Go check. I’ll wait.) What it is, is the whole of the show from Webster Hall in New York, back in June–Jason’s set (about 40 minutes worth) starts at around 141 minutes in: You can also find it here; they
Jason performed yesterday morning (at 8:00 am, yet) before the 1st Annual Hanna4Hope Run/Walk–it’s an organization dedicated to “bringing awareness to teen suicide.” One of our own Copians, beckyvee, was there and brought us recaps and photos (see our forums for those!) and BOOTLEG!: Hallelujah: Video by Becky Vogt Rise to You: Video by Becky
Jason was interviewed today by DJ Ginger on The Overdrive Show today, but if you missed it you can listen to it here: Or here. (Fair warning: It’s a remote interview, and it’s a bit hard to hear Jason.) Thanks for the find, Jasonized and ArtTeacher!