Jason was born and raised in the small border town of Eagle Pass, Texas. Here, he was exposed to different styles of music and culture. At home, it was mostly country and gospel music, but on the radio and local festivals, it was Hispanic and Latino music. At an early age, Jason’s love of music became very diverse. Whether it was Disco, Motown, Blues, Rock, or whatever was on the airwaves, Jason was singing along. Like most aspiring singers, he found a platform singing in church, which eventually led to festivals and talent shows, sparking a desire to be on the big stage.
As a DJ for the local radio station KINL, Jason began honing his skills in communicating with a larger audience. From there, he attended and graduated from the University of North Texas in Denton and began headlining various Opry houses and Honky Tonks around the Dallas/Fort Worth area. It wasn’t too long after graduation that Jason got the bug to move to Nashville, where he was a demo singer for studios around Music City. After spinning his wheels for a year in Tennessee, a change was needed and the high seas came-a-calling. For the next several years, Jason performed as a lead vocalist and headlining artist on various cruise lines such as Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, and Cunard Cruise Lines. It is here that Jason met his future bride and fellow cast member, Christine.
After traveling to almost 40 different countries over seven years, it was time to settle down and start a family. That is when he became a part of the family at the Alabama Theatre, here in North Myrtle Beach. He and his wife, Christine are proud parents of 2 boys, Reilly and Brady. For 19 years, Jason has been entertaining the Grand Strand and is now excited to join one of his best friends and an incredible cast at the all-new Greg Rowles Legacy Theatre.