...an unconventional journey to stardom...a beautiful voice...extremely talented...”

— Alyse Hand, co-host CTV Atlantic

Jason Price is a performing singer/songwriter from Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia.  Jason's "True Roots" brand of Country Music brings the flavour of current country with hints and honest tones of classic country music.  

Jason recorded his debut CD, "Grit, Guts and Country Pride" at Oceanway and OMNI Studios in Nashville, TN with some of Nashville's finest musicians.  As the road to Canadian Country Music week approached in Halifax, NS, Jason showcased his songwriting abilities in a Songwriters Circle hosted by Michelle Wright.  Jason released his debut album in August 2015.

Bell Aliant identified Jason’s affable demeanor and he was asked to fill the role as a guest host for their 2015 Cavendish Beach Music Festival television special.  He worked with many artists including Alan Doyle, High Valley, Wes Mack, Gordie Sampson and Port Cities to name a few.

Jason released his debut single, “Pour Favour” to National Radio in February 2016. The video for the single was shot in Riviera Maya.  In March 2016, Jason along with Tebey, multi-genre songwriter and artist, and Shawn Verreault, Wide Mouth Mason, traveled to Kuwait to play for the Canadian and US Military Troops.  

Jason returned to the Cavendish Beach Music Festival , not only as a Guest Host for Bell Aliant, but he also performed on the RBC Emerging Artist Stage.  He's been fortunate to work with many artists including Tebey, Megan Patrick, JoJo Mason, The Road Hammers and many more.  
  
 It is Jason's baritone voice, his easy going demeanor, and a confident stage presence that immediately captivates his audience.  He is currently working on his second album and is expected to release in early 2019.

Jason with the Canadian Armed Forces Labrador Helicopter in the background. Jason’s father flew this very helicopter during his career as a Search and Rescue Pilot. The song “That Others May live” pulls from Jason’s memories of this.

Jason with the Canadian Armed Forces Labrador Helicopter in the background. Jason’s father flew this very helicopter during his career as a Search and Rescue Pilot. The song “That Others May live” pulls from Jason’s memories of this.

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