Jason Sandbrink White (born May 9, 1967) is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.
Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, United States of America, he now resides in Nashville, Tennessee.
He began his career as the lead vocalist and songwriter for The Janglers, a Cleveland-based rock band, then as the frontman for Jason White and the Dying Breed.
He later moved to Nashville where he continues his career as a solo artist and songwriter.
White has released four solo albums, Shades of Gray (2000), Tonight’s Top Story (2004), The Longing (2011), and Journal (2013).
He tours throughout the U.S.
and is a regular performer at songwriters’ festivals.
He is also known for writing “Red Rag Top”, a controversial hit song for country artist Tim McGraw, as well as compositions for other artists, including Carrie Underwood, Old Crow Medicine Show and Liam Titcomb.