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Jason Glenn has his debut EP album called, "Ups and Downs" featuring 6 songs on the EP to be released on March 4th, 2014. Jason has been listening to country music as a young boy. As he grew, his interest in writing and singing country music flourished. He started out singing in musicals, and just for fun. He started listening to Tim Mcgraw's music since his first album release in the early 90's. That's when his passion for country music stood out. He started to perform as a Tim Mcgraw tribute artist in 2010 when his dad/manager told him he can get him booked on shows. Jason thought his dad was crazy thinking he could sing for an hour straight. As Jason Glenn started performing more and more in front of thousands of people, he realized then, that after singing for an hour and a half show, he knew he had something. So he wrote his first country single "Don't Lead me on".
The music he sings relate to his life in every way in some form or another. he loves to entertain. The more people watching, the more fun he has. It's like a major adrenaline rush. He has been told he sounds like known artists such as, Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney, Jake Owen, Luke Bryan and even Garth Brooks. Jason Glenn has a different and a unique sound bringing in some sounds from traditional with slide guitar, and a swing style, but put the rock in it, and it has that country music feel.
He was born and raised in southern California. His motivation to pursue his music career are is 2 teenage daughters. His only dream is for them to look up to him and say, "That's my dad!" He has been thankful to have a great band. His brother, Travis Allen wrote songs over 17 years ago and his new single "Gone Too Long", is one of them, and he re created this song to hit home to his audience about his real life situations. He performs not only his original songs, but he also performs Tim Mcgraw cover songs and others as well. His goal and passion is to perform on the big stages with major artists and his music to be felt in the hearts of both male and female.
Jason Glenn has been self promoting his new EP, using his last bit of money to fund the project. Day after day, after hours of research, going back and forth to the studio, spending countless hours to the point of exhaustion, break ups one after another, and jumping all the way with relationships quickly, his daughter, Tiffany told him he should name his title "Ups and Downs", which is why "Ups and Downs" is an important title for his EP. His new single "Gone Too Long" was tested in a large country bar in Texas, and to Jason's amazement, everyone was on the dance floor dancing to his song! His new songs range from slow tempo to medium upbeat tempos with a variety of stlyes to embrace all ages. Here is what a few fans are saying about his new single "Gone Too Long"...
“This is going to be a country song and a square dancing song. This is definitely a great song to dance to. The guys is easy to understand and also easy to relate to. The guys voice has a great low vocal tone and rhythm is his voice.”
“Incredible guitar solo. Surprising lyrics and tone to the song. Amazing song to be played when your having a good time or at the bar. Marvelous country song to play for the country listeners. very Prodigious instrumental!”
“It is a catchy country song. The lyrics are easy to remember, so I see that is has hit potential. It tells a story and I think people could relate to it. The chorus is catchy. The guitarist is talented. The singer has a good voice. The song has a good rhythm, and I could see dancing to it also.”
“Vocals check. Good country beat. Good country band . Awesome guitar riff. Great story. This song is great. The hit potential of this song is very high. I am already a fan. This is a country song that will hit home to so many people. This is country music in its true form.”
“Raw country. Vocals are really good. The lead guitar is working. The purist will love this and lead professional. I like the simplistic movement in his movement. Background is tight. Could use a little more. Radio play a must. and a great country club song. The guitar licks are worth the purchase.”
“The tempo and the guitar sound pretty interesting and good at the same time. The singer reminds me of Luke Bryan, or even better Kenny Chesney. This singer should definitely try to audition for American Idol. I can almost guarantee he will make it far in American Idol with a voice like this.”