Oh the things you can find on other people’s photobucket accounts…
Performing Brandon Heath’s “I’m Not Who I Was” at Lake Pointe Church. The performance itself is a little over three minutes long and is followed by some announcements from the pastor and then a closing song from the band (sans Jason. Why?) Oh, and Bonus! For those who want to sing along? Captions!
In case you are the last Jason Castro fan in the world to hear about this (and have somehow found us instead of the dozens of other blogs or fansites dedicated to Jason across the interweb), American Idol Producer Nigel Lythgoe has this to say about why neither Jason’s audition nor any Hollywood Week performances
I guess it had to happen, I just wasn’t expecting it so soon. Now, YOU! can get cheesy, unofficial Jason Castro gear on E-bay, handcrafted by opportunistic vultures from across the globe! I’m talking must-haves, like This colourful NEW mousepad! (Their capitalization, not mine.) The Hunka-Hunka Dreads Necklace! (My Hunka-Hunka, not theirs) And this proffesional
A clip of the 2007 Battle of the Bands at the Rowlett Wet Zone, which Jason won.
From the Editor’s Blog on TV Guide.com. Looks like Paula already lost one of her top picks when Alaina Whitaker was sent home this week. And Jason was ranked the #2 Male Contestant in last week’s TV Guide readers poll.
From neighborsgo.com: An Idol Watch Party, hosted by some Castro family friends. And a handful of Rockwall residents who know Jason with the skinny on what he’s really like.
This is a couple weeks old, but still interesting. Jason talks to Guide Live, an entertainment guide for the Dallas/Fort Worth area, about Hollywood Week. Plus some perspective from his former manager, Eddie Head.
In Jason’s Top 24 interview clip posted below AND in his contestant blurb on idolsonfox.com, he name-checks Ray LaMontange as his favourite singer/songwriter (you probably didn’t need to look further than Jason’s cover of Gnarls Barkley’s Crazyto see that one coming — Ray does a plush cover of that song himself). He also cites Dallas’