Jason & deMarco
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Jason & deMarco


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Jason & deMarco's albums include: Till The End OF Time (2006), Spirit Pop (2004), Songs For The Spirit (2003); The Spirit of Christmas (2002); Still (Jason Warner - 2004); and Melodie (deMarco - 1998).


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Jason and deMarco are living proof that art imitates life, and that music can also be inspired by the best that life has to offer on its many levels, sometimes mystical and at times, even euphoric. Their passionate and hopeful lyrics exemplify a spirit that is reflected in both their lives and music, attracting audiences everywhere, and creating instant fans wherever they go.

Jason and deMarco returned this past summer with their highly anticipated release, Till The End Of Time, again sharing their impressive studio magic and signature sound. The album is produced by Alan Lett, with additional production from Grammy and Dove Award winning producer, Joe Hogue (LeAnn Rimes, Michael W. Smith, Carmen), Rhys Fulber (Sinead O'Connor, Josh Groban, Conjure One), and Eddie X and Luigie Gonzalez pda LEX (Ricky Martin, Barbara Streisand, etc.) While seven of the album's songs are written by Jason and deMarco, additional writing credits on the disc include the two-time Academy Award, Grammy and Golden Globe nominee songwriter, Allan Rich, who has penned hits for artists including Whitney Houston, Backstreet Boys, and Patti LaBelle. deMarco says, “Our new music is romantic rock pop with big vocals and lots of harmonies”. The title track represents the infinite power of love that you experience once you find 'the one you've been waiting for', Jason says. "We feel this new album is taking us to new places musically and artistically".

Remixes of the albums first single, Trying To Get To You, produced by DJ/producer Tracy Young (Madonna) and LEX hit the Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play chart after only a week in limited release. Jason & deMarco recently performed the single at the Task Force’s Winter Party in Miami with Tracy Young and premiered the new L.E.X. remix of the single at the White Party in Palm Springs during the opening night Inferno Party in April, 2006.

The music video for Jason & deMarco's hit This Is Love maintained the #1 spot on MTV/LOGO's The Click List Top 10 Countdown program for 7 consecutive weeks upon its release in July of 2006. This Is Love's music video remained as one of the Top 5 videos requested though the remainder of 2006, ending the year regaining the #1 spot for several weeks and was named the #1 video for 2006 by LOGO viewers for a special The Click List Top 10 Countdown's Best of 2006.

Producer/Director Robert Nunez of production house Telekinetic is currently in post-production on a feature-length documentary that explores jason & deMarco's lives as they travel the country, following their dreams and touching the hearts of the people they meet. The film will offer audiences a close look at how the performers live their lives, balancing their musical careers and their personal relationship. Topics covered include the duo's spirituality, sexuality, and preparations to launch their 2006 album, Till the end of Time.

In 2005, Jason and deMarco played at numerous high profile venues including the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Awards in Los Angeles (with awards presented by K.D. Lang and Carson Kressley of Queer Eye For the Straight Guy), and at the Matthew Shepard Foundation's annual gala in Denver, Colorado alongside singer-songwriter Randi Driscoll, commemorating the death of the organization's namesake, and attended by Matthew's mother, Judy Shepard.

The duo ended 2005 performing at the Equality California Awards in Palm Springs and in February of 2006 launched the New Year with a musical performance at the Human Rights Campaign Gala at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City, opening the evening premiering their new album’s title track Till the End of Time, where honorees included Ang Lee and Jake Gyllenhaal from the Golden Globe Winning Film Brokeback Mountain.

The musical duo was also part of the Human Rights Campaign star-studded benefit two-pack CD album celebrating marriage equality, entitled, Love Rocks, which also includes tracks from Christina Aguilera, Pink, The Dixie Chicks, Melissa Etheridge, Dolly Parton, Dido, and Cyndi Lauper, among others.

After appearing on the cover of The Advocate magazine in July of 2004, and to much critical and popular acclaim, Jason & deMarco debuted their first pop album, Spirit Pop, a 12-track album of original compositions, combing both pop and inspirational genres, at the John Anson Ford Amphitheater in Hollywood, CA.