Jason Tucker is not a new name in country music. He toured as a keyboardist for some of country music’s finest for over 7 years and he stepped out as a solo artist in 2015. His first solo EP, #Country, opened the door to many opportunities .
His first single, “#Country”, debuted at #3 at ALL ACCESS Radio downloads and ended its run at #2 along side Jake Owen, Blake Shelton, Craig Campell and Keith Urban. #Country was well received in the U.K. and has helped Tucker build a strong international fan base. “What I Can Change” was released to country radio in the U.S. and in the U.K. as well. in 2017 Tucker headlined on the mainstage of the hugely popular country music festival - Buckle and Boots in Manchester, U.K.
“It was surreal looking out at a crowd of people from a totally different nation who were all singing my songs. As an artist, it really showed me that my music is reaching people in places that I could not have imagined.”
Tucker won a BCMA in 2019 as a writer in Jade Helliwell’s hit single, “Stormchaser”.
Tucker has shaped his sound while keeping his lyrics and the message within the song the same - true and honest. Real lyrics for real people. “I am doing my best to be myself and remain true to who I am musically. Hopefully that will help me rise above and be heard.”
Jason Tucker is also a car guy that has personally owned over 100 cars. He loves to collect, restore, buy and sell classic cars. His current project is a 1968 Chevy Camaro that he will restore and keep in the family.
Tucker is always in the studio working on new songs to release so stay tuned.