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Jason rose to prominence as a teenager when he was one half of the legendary shred duo Cacophony. After wowing audiences all over the word with his amazing guitar chops and deep compositions, Jason auditioned for—and got—the gig with David Lee Roth's band, following in the huge footsteps of Eddie Van Halen and Steve Vai.
After writing & recording the DLR album, A Little Ain't Enough, he was poised to take over the rock guitar world until he was diagnosed with ALS.
Jason did indeed lose the ability to play guitar, walk, talk, and breathe on his own, but he never lost his will to live or his desire to create music.
The album's tracks showcase Jason's gift for melody and his deep knowledge of classical composition and orchestral arrangement. Many of the guitar parts are performed by a who's-who of 6-string gods including Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Neal Schon, Steve Morse, Paul Gilbert, Joe Bonamassa, and many others.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Music Genre Primary||Metal|
- 1. Triumphant Heart (feat. Marty Friedman, Glauco Bertagnin, Hiyori Okuda)
- 2. Hold On To Love (feat. Codany Holiday)
- 3. Fantasy Weaver (feat. Jake Shimabukuro)
- 4. Once Upon A Melody
- 5. We Are One (feat. Steve Knight)
- 6. Magic Woman (feat. Uli Jon Roth & Chris Broderick)
- 7. Blowin' in the Wind (feat. Gary Rosenberg)
- 8. River of Longing (feat. Joe Satriani, Aleks Sever, Guthrie Govan, Steve Morse)
- 9. Valley of Fire (feat. Michael Lee Firkins, Steve Vai, Joe Bonamassa, Paul Gilbert, Neal Schon, Mattias IA Eklundh, Marty Friedman, Greg Howe, Jeff Loomis, Richie Kotzen, Gus G., Steve Hunter, Ben Woods)
- 10. River of Longing (feat. Trevor Rabin)
- 11. Taking Me Back
- 12. Tell Me No Lies
- 13. Hold On To Love (feat. Codany Holiday) [Chuck Zwicky Remix]
- 14. You Do It
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