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 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’s new single, “My Song”, is about the power and influence that music has on all of us. "It can remind you of a moment, good or bad. It can inspire and move you. It can heal hurt that we never even knew was there." Tucker explains. The song was Co-written with his friends Steven Nix and Jesse Labelle and produced by 2 time Grammy Award winner Jonathan Crone, “My Song” is sure to catch the ears of every listener.
Jason Tucker is also a car guy that has personally owned over 75 cars and loves to collect, buy and sell classic cars. His current project is a 1968 Chevy Camaro that he will restore and keep in the family.
Tucker is currently in the studio working on new songs to be released in Spring 2018.