I would like to introduce everyone to Jeremy Jason, a very knowledgeable and talented performance guitarist and song writer with new band Fight or Flight.
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“Jeremy Jayson is a beast on the guitar”.- Brent Taritas -Rhythm Method
The instrument was a natural fit and his career as a guitar player began. With influences like Guns n’ Roses, Jeremy had a knack for rock music, but wasn’t afraid to study other forms of music. In fact, in 1998, he was the recipient of the prestigious Louis Armstrong award for jazz.
CHASIN’ MASON March Schedule 2011 – Everyone will have a great time listening to the country rock and bluegrass styles presented by Chasin Mason. A MUST SEE!
An accomplished guitar and bass teacher, Jeremy has instructed adults and children, teaching kids as young as five years old how to read and play music. Three studio recordings, two WAMI Awards (Wisconsin Area Music Industry) for Rock Group of the Year and several U.S. tours later, Jeremy was cutting his performance teeth gaining valuable knowledge and guidance from bands and industry people he shared the bill with such as Disturbed, 10 Years, Twisted Sister, Tesla and Soul Asylum.
Everyone will have a great time listening to the country rock and bluegrass styles presented by Chasin Mason. At the shows, I noticed that there are a lot of people who sing right along with the band. Everyone seems to have memorized the words. If you are a guitar player, this band can give you […]
I’m just now heading out to the “Brain-A-Roo” music fest, Grafton, WI USA, on Saturday, July 17, 2010, The Bohn Family has put together a fund raising event for the American Brain Tumer Association in honor of their daughter Liz, who was diagnosed with brain cancer about a year ago. You may donate at American Brain […]
Check out the Bass Player article concerning Bassimer STD. All of us here enjoyed exploring the Bassimer, and each tended to approach it from a different musical perspective. I found the instrument inspiring and delightfully friendly in terms of the learning curve, so we’ll likely be seeing more of these little bass/dulcimer ankle-biters running around […]
Bass Player magazine July 2010 (p50-p54); Article Titled – Bassimer STD By Rod Taylor
I take my freedoms seriously. This is a one-off prototype I built just to see if I could. No Fretless option. Hang on Boys!