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Lost In Your Hometown

Jason Wilber

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A journeyman sideman at 28, Wilber has strummed for Carrie Newcomer, Hal Ketchum, John Prine, and others. He springs from the same fertile Indiana heartland that gave us Lisa Germano and John Mellencamp. His lyrics speak a mature wisdom beyond his years and his arrangements have a sagely and effective roots pop simplicity. At times, Wilber bears the mark of a heartland Ray Davies ("Pick Up Your Heart") and at others he writes like Paul Simon ("Evelyn"). Rockers and ballads flow smoothly from one to the other in this big album, full of promise, with a small-town, comfortably Americana sound.

Biography

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Jason Wilber first got his foot in the door to the world of the rock and roll business at the age of 13 upon playing guitar for a local rock-a-billy band. Ever since then, he's been touring with various folk and country acts as a backing musician for such acts as Carrie Newcomer, Bill Wilson, Kim Fox, Hal Ketchum and John Prine. After winning some recognition from Billboard Magazine and the Chris Austin Songwriting Award in 1995, Jason Wilber finally released his solo debut in...
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