Jason White (singer-songwriter), Date of Birth, Place of Birth


Jason White (singer-songwriter)

American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist

Date of Birth: 09-May-1967

Place of Birth: Cleveland, Ohio, United States

Profession: singer, singer-songwriter

Nationality: United States

Zodiac Sign: Taurus

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About Jason White (singer-songwriter)

  • 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.

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