Jason Lee is a vibrant multi-award winning recording artist in the Australian Country Music Industry. With his music being played all over the country, 4 singles and 3 video clips, there is no doubt about this high achievers career touring nationally.
As an accomplished guitarist and Singer/Songwriter, Jason has wowed audiences at many festivals and events such as; Tamworth Country Music Festival, Gympie Muster, BnS Balls, Ute Musters and many more. Now 5 years into a professional career, Jason is one of the best new talents on the Country Music landscape and as quoted by raves and review editors, “Jason Lee has one of the finest voices in Australian Country Music.
Since the release of his debut album “better late than never” the first single ‘a memory’ has been appearing on Country Music charts all over Australia, including CMC reaching #16, Country Tracks Top 30 reaching #17, Hot Country QLD reaching #1 for 3 weeks, KIX Country Top 20 reaching #10 and many more. The new album ‘better late than never’ is produced by Simon Johnson from Hillbilly Hut, mixed and mastered by Ted Howard at Rancom Street, Studios. The album features the talents of musicians and Singer/Songwriters such as Glen Hannah, Aleyce Simmonds, the Davidson Brothers and renowned international session guitarist, Brent Mason. As Jason Lee released his 2nd single “Up a creek” with a video clip to coincide,
Jason Lee was announced the 2010 winner of the Capital News Australian Independent Rising Male for the Southern Star Australian Independent Country Music Awards. Up a creek debuted into the Country Tracks Top 30 Charts at #29 and reached #8 after a staggering 9 weeks. After a highly successful year, 2011 has already seen Jason Lee nominated for a swag of awards for and including;
CMC (Country Music Channel) New Oz Artist of the year
Peoples Choice Awards – Male Vocal, Best Song, Best Clip, Best Album & Most Promising Rising Star
TSA – New Songwriter of the year
Meet ‘n’ Greet Peoples Choice – Male Artist of the year In February 2011.
Jason Lee was also named a top 2 finalist in 3 categories of the Victorian & National Country Music Awards where he took prize possession of all three awards nominated.