Jason shared the stage with Michael Jackson as the rap soloist for the hit song Black or White in Michael Jackson’s 30th Anniversary concert at Madison Square Garden. He can be heard on the upcoming Meatloaf Bat out a Hell 3 cd. He has performed with Enrique Iglesias on tour, television and can be heard on “7”, Enriques CD. He performed with Liza Minelli, in Liza’s Back at Town Hall, Ashanti at the Grammy Awards, and many others including Ray Charles, Luther Vandross, Mark Anthony, Ricky Martin, Usher and Patti LaBelle to name a few.
Jason sings 100 + jingles every year. His past clients include Mountain Dew’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”, Subway’s “Eat Fresh”, Bounty and the theme to the cartoon phenomenon “Pokemon” which was a ..1 Billboard children’s single.
As a writer/producer, a.k.a. “Headless”, he worked with Billboards .. 1 Charting Dance Artist Becky Baeling, “Wicked” Broadway sensation Shoshanna Bean, Michael Weaver in “The New Black”, and other NYC and LA based artists. He co-wrote the last “Lego-mania” jingle and a song in the Fox movie “Club Dread”. He produced “The What’s Up Show”, his own music/comedy sketch show, live in NYC clubs and on Manhattan cable TV. He has co-written two musicals, “BOX” and “Writing Pictures” produced at Hartford’s Bushnell Theatre for Black History month, based on Harriet Beecher Stowe’s “Uncle Toms Cabin”.
Theatrically Jason produced and starred at L.A.’s prestigious Ford Amphitheatre in Orchestre Surreal’s “Concerto For the Committed” and opened the Premier of “Funny Business” at the Coronet theatre in L.A. to rave reviews. He was in the 25th anniversary National tour of “Hair”. He starred as Jesus in Steven Schwart’s “Godspell” at the Warner Theatre in Washington D.C. and Judas in Webber’s “JC Superstar” at Cherry County Playhouse. Jason has been in many Broadway and Off Broadway workshops. He is a member of Michael McElroy’s renowned Broadway Inspirational Voices.
Jason has appeared in many National TV commercials, currently in Virgin Mobile’s award winning “Thing”, Soap operas and appeared in the Oscar nominated film “Election”.