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Jason Floyd Hatcher is the former singer of post-punk band, Hex Error among others throughout the years. Jason Floyd Hatcher began writing and recording music in the mid '80s performing in a wide variety of bands spanning numerous genres including country, rock and even reggae. Originally born in rural south Georgia, Hatcher relocated to Atlanta during the early '90s. By 1999, Hatcher fronted the post-punk band "Hex Error" releasing one full length independent album which was later rereleased by Cargo Records U.K. charting well on college radio in the U.S. market. The 'Hex Error' debut peaked at #12 on the CMJ Top 200 charts in 2000. Following a serious medical battle in 2004, Hatcher retreated from music until 2007 when he began writing and recording solo acoustic material. Soon afterward, 'Jason Floyd Hatcher' launched his solo act with backing from several variations of his live band until settling the current lineup including Paul McQuillan on lead guitar, Ross Westcott on bass and David Gunter on drums. Paul McQuillan previously played lead guitar for "Hope Sandoval" (Mazzy Star) and numerous other bands beginning in the '80s in both his native home of Dublin, Ireland as well as San Francisco, California and eventually to Atlanta, Georgia. McQuillan also currently plays lead guitar for Atlanta punk band "The Accidents" and previously played guitar in the blues rock band "The Blood Vessels" alongside Brent Hinds of "Mastodon." Ross Westcott, originally from London, England, migrated to the U.S. in the late '70s playing bass for the '80s new wave group "Operator" along with many other Atlanta groups over the past three decades. David Gunter came to Atlanta by way of Tampa, Florida previously playing drums in several indie rock bands.