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Stop, sit down, let yourself listen and you will find the beat of a heart and a passion for life expressed through song. Thoughts, feelings laid out and a soul shared. I wish I knew him personally. I do know he has the talent to be timeless. Some of these songs will be brought out and played for years and years to come. I'm thankful I found his music. I think you will too.

Jason Reeves - Hearts are Magnets

I've recently known him through Colbie Caillat's album "Coco". Reeves is very good at acoustic, especially when he plays guitar as he sings. I only like a few songs in this album. The intro of "Photographs & Memories" remind me of "Welcome to the Black Parade" by My Chemical Romance. I've watched the music video of "Photographs & Memories" at his myspace, and it's really touching. RECOMMENDED SONGS: 1. Photographs & Memories 2. Pretty Eyes 3. Honestly 4. The Sun Shines On Everything 5. Photographs & Memories (Acoustic)

so sweet

i found jason through colbie caillat's myspace, and i absolutely fell in love with his voice and lyrics. seriously, what girl wouldn't swoon at most of these songs? they're very vulnurable and touching. i like that he's a little bit john mayer, a little bit gavin degraw, even a little peter cincotti in there, too.

Biography

Born: July 1, 1984

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s

When a teenage Jason Reeves encountered the works of Bob Dylan and James Taylor, it set off a chain of events. First he began working on his own songwriting, combining the classic singer/songwriter style with more modern influences like Radiohead and Sufjan Stevens. He then dropped out of college and moved from his native Iowa, eventually landing in California. The second person he met upon arrival was future pop star Colbie Caillat. The two hit it off immediately and it didn't take long for their...
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