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The best kept secret in music


"Music For All Seasons"

Jason Liebman has been succeeding at the seemingly near impossible in recent times. He's been building a consistently larger audience without confining himself to one specific brand of music. Rather, he's proven to be an engaging artist capable of darting from acoustic-leaning troubadour to blues-jammer to flat-out rocker with considerable ease.

Liebman has just completed his fine first disc, The Driest Of All Seasons, a set that is earthy enough in its execution to attractive grassroots-oriented listeners, while also being smooth enough to possibly draw some much-deserved major label A&R attention.

More than anything, the project positions the videogenic young New Yorker as a multifaceted artist capable of being completely self-contained in the studio as a strong producer, arranger and musician. - Billboard


The Driest Of All Seasons - Jason Liebman (solo) - 2002 (For The Artist Records)

Escape From The Heart Of Darkness - Jason Liebman & The Uprising - 2004 (For The Artist Records)


Feeling a bit camera shy


From the very first guitar riff to the cannonball crash of the drums, The Readyset are an impossible band to ignore. These four young men who travelled from as far as Scotland first came together in New York City in November 2003. One hundred thousand touring miles and thousands of independent CD sales later, the band, now called "The Readyset," are a reminder that rock n' roll can still be a tangible, viable force. The Readyset remind you that there are still bands that can really play while writing anthemic, rafter-shaking music. Whether it's "I Like The Light," "Wasted," or "Jenny, I Don't Mind," The Readyset will remind you why you listen to music.