About Me

Jason is a professional vocalist, session guitarist and entertainer with an extensive catalogue of experience in the music industry from writing and composing original music, for T.V and film or with the band Honey Ryder, to performing covers at private events.
His career includes touring and supporting international acts such as Texas, Romeos Daughter, Will Young, Michael Bolton, the Christians, Hue and Cry, Lemar, The Feeling, Justin Hawkins, and Ronan Keating.
Having had recognised success recording on the soundtrack for the star studded, Hollywood movie “Bobby” in which his version of the Paul Simon track “Anji” is used, also Jason’s music has been used on the soundtrack to the film/documentary “Snow Blind” and “Lad: A Yorkshire Story”.
His successes continue into his work being featured on numerous T.V shows including in Channel 4’s series “Banged up abroad”, ITV’s “Inside Death Row with Trevor McDonald”, Sky One’s “Mad Dogs” (series 2) and Channel 4’s “The Mill”. In addition, Jason has appeared on several Welsh TV Programmes with singer Elin Fflur for S4C including Nodyn, Bandit TV and Unid Pimp.
For the past ten years Jason has been a member of the London based band Honey Ryder achieving accolades such as two UK top 40 hits with the singles “Numb” and “Fly away”.
In October 2008 Jason played 2 nights with Honey Ryder at the Royal Albert hall on the final part of the UK tour supporting Michael Bolton, the tour included nights at the National Indoor Arena, Birmingham and the Cardiff International Arena, he later went on to support Will young on his UK “Let it go” tour which concluding at the end of 2008.
January 2010 took Jason to Thailand for 6 weeks recording the second Honey Ryder album at Karma Sound studios. The album “Marley’s Chains” was subsequently released in 2011 with 3 of its singles being play listed on Radio 2 and across the UK independent networks including Smooth Radio.
By December the same year (2010) he spent time in the states writing with some of Nashvilles leading songwriters, including Tom Douglas who co-wrote Lady Antebellums US number 1 single “I run to you”, Rivers Rutherford, Tommy Lee James and Graham Rodgers.
It was during the promotion of the ‘Marleys Chains’ album that saw Jason with Honey Ryder being interviewed and performing live on ‘BBC Breakfast’, ‘Live with Myleen Class” and ‘This Morning’ in Summer 2012.
Jason later returned to Nashville in the Summer of 2013 with Matt and Lindsay from Honey Ryder to write more material with Grammy nominated songwriter Steven Dale Jones for their 2015 album “Born in a Bottle”
In September 2013 Jason was privileged to perform live with Honey Ryder on the Sunday morning weekend ‘Wogan’ show with Terry Wogan BBC Radio 2, and in March 2015 again on BBC Radio 2 on the Patrick Kielty show after performing at the C2C (Country 2 Country) festival at the O2 Arena London.
In May Jason appeared on BBC1 Northern Ireland with Honey Ryder, performing on the Nolan Live T.v show then in June was privileged to perform on the Bob Harris country show on BBC Radio 2 which will be broadcast on the 16th of July 2015.
In June Jason performed with Honey Ryder at the Isle of Wight festival and has performed on Amazing Radio and Soho Radio which will be broadcast later this summer.

UK Venues played
• Royal Albert hall. (London)
• O2 Arena (London)
• Millenium Stadium. (Cardiff)
• The Isle of Wight Festival
• The Cavern Club (Liverpool)
• Cardiff International Arena.
• Blenheim Palace (Oxford)
• Hammersmith Apollo. (London)
• Shepherds bush empire. (London)
• National indoor Arena.(Birmingham)
• S.C.C Arena. (Glasgow)
• Union Chapel (London)
• The Borderline (London)
• Edinburgh Playhouse
• Glasgow ABC
• Camden roundhouse. (London)
• Birmingham Symphony hall
• Manchester Apollo
• Royal Concert Hall (Glasgow)
• Liverpool Philharmonic
• Silverstone Grand Prix

International Venues Played

• Palais des festivals (Cannes)
• South By South West (Texas)
• In The City (Dubai)
• Spa Grand Prix (Belgium)
• Monza Grand Prix (Italy)
• Hockenheim Grand Prix (Germany)
• Magny- Cours Grand Prix (France)
• Whelans (Dublin)
• Liet-Lavlut festival. (Friesland)
• Sol Club (Madrid)
• Es Cana (Ibiza)
• Karma Sound (Thailand)

 

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Full set list in decade order

60s

Brown Eyed Girl (Van Morrison)
Im A Believer (Monkees)
Saw her standing there (Beatles)
Hard days night (Beatles)
Hide your love away (Beatles)
Here Comes The Sun (Beatles)
Hide Your Love Away (Beatles)
In My Life (Beatles)
Blackbird (Beatles)
America.(Simon And Garfunkel)
The Boxer (Simon And Garfunkel)
Hound Dog (Elvis)
Blue Suede Shoes (Elvis)
Waterloo Sunset (Kinks)
Lazing On A Sunny Afternoon (Kinks)
All Along The Watch Tower (Dylan)
Purple Haze (Jimi Hendrix)
Witchita Lineman (Glen Campbell)
Can’t take my eyes off you (Andy Williams)
Runaway (Del Shannon)

70s

Maggie May (Rod Stewart)
Pinball wizard (The Who)
Behind blue eyes (The Who)
Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond)
Moon Dance (Van Morrison)
Play That Funky Music (Wild cherry)
Stick Together (Roxy music)
Sweet Home Alabama (L. Skynyrd)
Bad Moon Rising) Creedance Clearwater Revival)
Superstition (Stevie Wonder)
Hotel California (Eagles)
Lovely Day(Bill Withers)
Your Song (Elton John)
Feel like making love (Bad company)
Space oddity (David Bowie)
Suspicious minds (Elvis)
Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow (Fleetwood Mac)
Whole lotta love (Led Zeppelin)
Going To California (Led Zeppelin)
Warpigs (Black Sabbath)
Just the way you are (Billy Joel)
Rockin’ all over the world (Status Quo)
Message in a bottle (The Police)

80s

Under Pressure (Queen)
That’s Entertainment (The Jam)
With Or Without You (U2)
Call Me Al (Paul Simon)
Purple Rain (Prince)
Kiss (Prince)
Tempted (Squeeze, featuring Paul Carrack)
Wicked game (Chris Isaak)
Only you (Yazoo)
Where ever i lay my hat (Paul young)
Moon Over Bourbon Street (Sting)
Fragile (Sting)
Big Love (Fleetwood Mac)
Heaven (Brian Adams)
Summer of 69 (Brian Adams)

90s

Wonderwall (Oasis)
Supersonic (Oasis)
Cigarettes and Alchohol
Yellow (Coldplay)
Lucky Man (Verve)
Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life) (Greenday)
Sit Down (James)
Babylon (David Gray)
Fade Out (Radio Head)
Creep (Radio head)
Wild Wood (Paul Weller)
You Do Something To Me (Paul Weller)
Thinking of you (Paul Weller)
Sunflower (Paul Weller)
Shape Of My Heart (Sting)
Everlong (Foo Fighters)

00s

Hey Soul Sister (Train)
Mr Brightside (Killiers)
When You Were Young (Killers)
Locked Out Of Heaven (Bruno Mars)
I Will Wait (Mumford and Sons)
Chelsea Dagger (Fratellis)
I’m Yours (Jason Mraz)
I Won’t give up (Jason Mraz)
Dakota (Stereophonics)
She Moves In Her Own Way (Kooks)
Sex On Fire (Kings of Leon)
Molly’s Chamber (Kings of Leon)
Chasing Cars (Snow Patrol)
I Gotta’ Feeling (Black Eyed Peas)
Valerie (Zutons/Amy Winehouse)
Jenny Don’t Be Hasty (Paolo Nutini)
New Shoes (Paolo Nutini)
Make You Feel My Love (Adele)
I Love It When You Call (The Feeling)
This Love (Maroon 5)
Stuck In A Moment (U2)
Cannon Ball (Damien rice)
Better Together (Jack Johnson)
Danni California (Chilli Peppers)
Hey There Deliah (Plain white t’s)
Umbrella (Biffy Clyro/Rihanna)
Better (Tom Baxter)
You’re Lovely To Me (Lucky Jim)
Times Like These (Foo Fighters)
You Give Me Something (James Morrison)
Black N’ Gold (Sam Sparro)
Hey Brother (Avicii)
Wake me up (Aloe Black)
Drive by (Train)