Jason Chacon is an inventor. An infant. A king. A slave. Masterminding his creations for just over a decade now, he is only in the beginning of what is a new volume in an instinctive, uncharted encyclopedia. Between 2001 and 2003, Jason had begun songwriting and singing. He had compiled a handful of novice songs with assistance from a good friend on the drums and in late 2003 he moved to Payette, Idaho, where he formed a progressive rock band with his brother Joey. The band created a progressive variety of musicality from song-to-song. It was a diversity that Jason continues to create to this day. The end of 2006 brought the band to an end and it was around this time that Jason started to take his solo path seriously. He had already written a few intermediate songs that had become popular in his hometown, but he became exceptionally focused on songwriting and began recording his songs. Most of the songs from this era were acoustically driven and, although savvy, a bit naive, lyrically. He wrote songs such as “Hold on to Now” and “Sometimes”. In 2007, he had earned a local fan base and began performing around Boise, Idaho. After a scattering of performances he began writing and recording in a new manner that consistently added to his diverse inconsistency between songs. It was in this time that he created songs such as “Two Faces on the Wall” and “Solaris”. These are songs that very much differed from the “acoustic era” of Jason’s songwriting, lyrically and audibly. At the end of 2008 he joined a metal group that would become Wolves of Arcadia and relocated to Boise, Idaho. Wolves of Arcadia was short-lived, but Jason and the drummer (Sam Gates) carried on the concept and in 2009 created progressive, indie, metal band Archaelyda with guitarist Ryan Hondo. In the last year Jason self-produced his debut album "The City" and in recent months has been writing all new material for a new album that will be released sometime in the fall of 2011.