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"HUGE Energy"

"Jason Brown brings a HUGE amount of energy to his shows! He's fun to watch on stage and great to talk to behind it."

Todd Collins
Program Director / Chief Operator
KXIA-FM / Iowa's Best Country, KIX 101.1
- KIX 101 FM

"The Entertainer"

“He’s a ‘good looking’ person from the inside out. Not only does he entertain people, he cares about them. Jason and the band are awesome entertainers that actually become part of the crowd that they are with. They don’t show up stoned or with an attitude of indifference because they enjoy sharing their God-Given talents with others. I wish them great success because I know they will share it with the world around them.”

John Koester
Keysters, Owner
- Keyster's Live Music

"Stacy's Music Row Review"

Jason Brown

Rating **** 1/2

If I had to guess Jason Brown's musical influences I would surmise he has many.

That's a plus for Brown's fans, since Jason's music is an eclectic blend that makes him one of country music's most promising up-and-comers.

While Brown shares co-writer's credit (with Darren Theriault and Joel Brentlinger) on the title song, interestingly, the other 11 songs rely exclusively on the pens of Theriault, Brentlinger and others to hold listeners� interest.

We're All in the Same Boat is a man's metaphor and, by extension, a "man's song." While I didn't have to be hit on the head to relate to the song's refrain, I think guys who have a yen for �Slim Jims, pork rinds and beer� are Jason�s target audience for this one.

80 acres on Fire scores points for its timeliness. Props to Warren Cox and Shane Robinson for being able to write a lyric, referencing an intent to "foreclose by the first of the month," that is both topical and flowing.

From I Did It Anyway (an ode to youthful impulsiveness and a salute to the school of hard knocks) to Can't Stay Here (a song Jason emotes so convincingly by song's end you'll be grabbing your keys), Brown has listeners in eager anticipation of his next CD.

http://www.geocities.com/stacy.harris/records.html - Nashville's Top Music Critic, Stacy Harris


Singles and Chart positions (Mediabase peak):
Mama Was A Rebel #70 (8.26.07)
Touchdown #69 (2.8.07)
You Don't Play Fair #58 (6.30.07)
I'd Love You To Hate Me #72 (4.12.07)
We're All In The Same Boat #73 (8.3.08)
Two Places At Once
Dream - 2007
Livin' Off The Land - 2008



Jason Brown

Currently, Jason is promoting his new single, Two Places at Once. This is the second single off the full album, Livin Off the Land, Jason Brown’s sophomore album.

Brown’s summer music tour includes concerts throughout Iowa, California, Wyoming, Nevada, Arizona, Nebraska, Missouri, Minnesota, Illinois, and Nashville.

He is spending time between Nashville and Des Moines writing and preparing for his third album to be released in 2010.
Additionally, he is focusing on a new venture and a very exciting project to be announced in the next few months.

Stacy Harris, Nashville’s top music critic with Picks & Pans called Jason…. “one of country music's most promising up-and-comers”. (for full review, please click on Press to read).

Just recently in Nashville for CMA’s Music Festival, Jason defended and won title of CBR Celebrity Bull riding Champion 2009. Now considered 2 time CBR Celebrity Bull riding Champion.

Brown definitely calls Des Moines home. Brown is an Iowa native and grew up in Pella. He moved to Corpus Christi, Texas for a few years in high school, but moved back to Iowa to graduate high school. He now lives in Des Moines, and in his spare time enjoys the Iowa outdoors and helping children’s charities.

Brown, has shared the stage alongside country’s leading artists including, Rascal Flatts, Little Big Town, Blake Shelton, Sugarland and Emerson Drive, Lady Antebellum, Chuck Wicks, Trent Willmon, Montgomery Gentry, Zac Brown Band, Gloriana,
John Michael Montgomery, Tracy Lawrence, and Sawyer Brown.