Jason Damico / Blog

Christmas Music Video "Mary Did You Know" Filming

A big shout-out thanks to the stellar team and location owners who worked on the filming of our Christmas Music Video "Mary Did You Know" to be released at the Rock Harbor Grill (Fuquay, NC) on December 16, 2016.

Carl Palmer/Manifold Recording

At Manifold Recording working with Ian Scheier and Carl Palmer ( Emerson, Lake & Palmer).

Celebrate Fuquay Date Change Due to Hurricane

I will now be performing on November 5th at the Celebrate Fuquay Festival due to Hurricane Matthew and possible inclement weather. Hope to see you there...and then after the festival....join my entire band at our CD/Music Video Release Party at the new Rock Harbor Grill on Fuquay Ave in Fuquay, NC. The party starts at 8:00 pm.

Rock Harbor Grill (Fuquay)

A big shout-out to David, owner of the New Rock Harbor Grill in Fuquay, NC! A must see venue to visit with awesome food and live music! Come out for the Open Blues Jam every Wednesday night from 9:00 pm-12:00 am hosted by Mr Joel Sugarman (a fellow member of the Triangle Blues Society). It's always a good time!

2015 Rock Male Artist of the Year Carolina Music Awards

Shout-out thanks to "O" and his team at the Carolina Music Awards! You guys rock!

Thanks Shelly at SDB Photography!

Thanks Shelly! Enjoyed our photo shoot the other day. You captured some great shots for the up and coming "Terra Firma" album. And a big shout out thanks to Lamont!

Second Album

In the studio working on the second album. Expect the release in early summer. Thanks for your continued support!

Thank You Triangle Blues Society

A big shout-out thanks to the Triangle Blues Society for believing in me. It rocked in Memphis and I am grateful to have been given the opportunity to be a part of the International Blues Challenge 2015. Thank you to all the volunteers giving your endless time and money for the cause.

Happy New Year!

Wishing you all many blessings in the New Year!!!

Jason Damico-An Amalgamation

Jason Damico - An Amalgamation Immersed in playing his Blues, Jason Damico didn't notice the crowd at the Triangle Blues Challenge on July 26 when he won the Solo/Duo category. From tapping toes and swaying bodies, the wave of spectators moved with the music spilling from his Taylor 314 acoustic guitar. Damico just concentrated on demonstrating his philosophy: "Keep emotionally moving music alive and well." Damico is only 20 years old, but he's been capturing audiences for almost a decade. Starting formal piano lessons at the age of 3, he added drums a year later and then self-taught himself guitar before turning 10. At 13, Damico was already performing professionally. He continues to evolve as a musician, seeing himself as "an amalgamation of a bunch of music styles in an artist who loves the Blues. "Blood, Sweat & Blues," Damico's new CD, demonstrates his talents as a guitarist, singer and song writer. Rock Harbor Grill in Apex (121 N Salem St) hosts the album's release party on Sept. 27. Join the fun and filming that night, as iTunes readies its release of Damico's original, "Hold Me a Little Closer," as a single. You'll also be moving Jason a little farther on his travels to on the "Road to Memphis" for the International Blues Competition in January 2015. Jason Damico accepts congratulations from MC Ken Arnold for winning the Solo/Duo category at the Triangle Blues Challenge on July 26, 2014. Courtesy: Lynne Gensor/Triangle Blues Society