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Looking forward to our first opportunity to play at the Canal Club! We are opening this show, so we ask you to get here early so you don't miss out.
Come check out our first show of the year! Breaking as we are recording our debut CD, to play an encore show @ Club Infuzion
Last Concert of the year! Come Check Us out as we Rock Out the RVA!
This is our first show in association w/ Afton Shows. Featuring a great line-up in one of Richmond's Hottest Clubs. Enjoy a one of a kind light show as you experience DazieTrain @ Club Infuzion!
This is our first full Electric Set w/ the new band! Featuring; George Odom on drums & Matt Lyell on bass. Come and experience Richmond's newest rock act as it brings a new sound to Fredericksburg!
Manager: CJG Innovative
Bio: After Relocating to Richmond, VA, Jason has started a new project; DazieTrain.
Since his acoustic E.P., Entitled "Hollow Body Experience", Jason has signed a national management deal with CJG Innovative. He has also been fortunate to recruit two of Richmond's hardest working musicians, Georg...See Full Bio
: Jason & the DazieTrain has a show on 01/23/2015 at 07:00 PM @ The Canal Club in Richmond, VA http://t.co/eHs8IlySp4 #concert
Ask Jason & the DazieTrain anything...
Q: Your band has a unique name Dear Jason!! How are you linked with a Dazie Train?
A: For me, riding a Dazietrain represents the final journey in life. We all get on that train. I was once known for a band called dazd, I spelled daisy with a "zie" to give the fimilarity of dazd to my exiting fans. I wanted to call it crazy train, in honor of Ozzy, but there were too many issues for that to become possible. I do love the name, because it also means to link things together. The music industry is now more linked than ever. Allowing fans, musicisns, & friends to connect on various platforms.
Asked by Pop Rock For Humanity. Answered on Fri Dec 19 2014All Questions