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Lunchdate

by Jason Ager

On his debut album, Jason sings of love, loss, and youthful misadventures. High-energy guitar riffs and a driving rhythm section get the feet moving, while rapid-fire lyrics draw smiles as they inscribe pop culture references and inventive rhymes.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Jocelyn
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2. Strawberry Wine
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3. Sing-Along Jawn
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4. No Goin' Back
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5. Rock Star
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6. Blue Kathleen
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7. Lunchdate
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8. Chuck Berry
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9. Blue Jeans
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10. Lockdown
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jason Ager – Songwriter, Guitar, Vocals
Austin O’Connor – Bass Guitar
Sheri Gallagher – Drums

Musical Style: Blues-rock, with hip-hop and R&B influences

Album Info:
Lunchdate
Released independently March 5, 2010
Recorded at Tritonix Recording in Hatfield, PA.
Produced by Dan McGonigal. Engineered by Mike Garrity.

“[Jason] uses a combination of open and bar chords as well as a unique slapping style that produces a rocking, energetic flow to his compositions. Throw in some syncopated vocals and you have a recipe for straightforward rock 'n' roll with a definite twist.”
~ Danny Coleman, “Rock on Radio”

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