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Life of Me
  • Artist: Jason Siemer
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 800212998320
  • Item #: CDBY299832
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 1/10/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Life of Me on CD

Drawing from influences including David Gray, U2, Patty Griffin, Counting Crows and REM, and from a healthy dose of everyman disappointment, yearning & faith, Jason manages to bring truly fresh life to the singer/songwriter/rock genre. His straight from the heart lyrical honesty delivered in a plaintive and disarmingly personal voice is the perfect vehicle for songs that make a direct connection with the listener. It wasn't until he got to Towson University that he taught himself to play the guitar. 'I had always liked to sing,' he says, 'but I got tired of going to parties and asking the guy with the guitar if he'd play a song I wanted to sing. He'd always say, 'No, I don't know that one,' so I finally said, 'Enough of this; I'll learn the guitar myself.'' After graduating from Towson, the singer/guitarist formed a trio called Hyper Hanna with his cousin Rob Siemer on bass and Mark Jordan on drums. Jason took the band into Glen Burnie's Sonitek Studios to cut a dozen of his original songs for an album, Rebirth of Majesty. He has since moved on as a solo artist. Jason has recorded various songs that have been heard by millions of baseball fans, including the theme song for the Orioles, titled 'A World of Orioles Baseball'. He also wrote and performed the tribute to baseball great Cal Ripken Jr. in 2001, titled 'What Makes a Legend'. The song became the centerpiece for Cal's historical retirement celebration. In 2004, Jason's song, 'A Perfect Day for Baseball' can be heard in ballparks across the country, as it features a cameo by Cal himself. He will be releasing his first full length solo recording in January 2006. ___ Bluetick Records P.O. Box 43142 Baltimore, MD 21234 443-722-1606 / bluetickrecords@aol.com.