A Night of Music with Jason Reeves!


Most of you may not know Jason Reeves yet and his music but you’ve probably heard and sang along with some of the songs he has written for other artists. He co-wrote majority of the tracks  in Colbie Caillat’s double-platinum debut album Coco and worked with her again on her second album Breakthrough.  He has also written and performed the song Terrified with American Idol judge Kara Dioguardi. The song was later recorded by Katherine McPhee and Jason Reeves for her album Unbroken.

Reeves is one of those laid back and down-to-earth guys that everybody loves. He’s easy to approach and never acts like a celebrity which is a rarity these days. I’ve had the chance to watch his show three times and he would always take the time to meet up with all his fans and patiently sign autographs and take photos with everyone. Aside from that he shows appreciation to his fans by replying to comments posted in his Facebook account. Whether it’s as simple as answering some question or saying thank you for a photograph that a fan posted in his wall, he just never fails to show that he is appreciative of everyone that supports him and looks up to him.

He inspires many people with his songs and the inspiring quotes that he writes. His words will truly lift your spirit and help open your eyes to appreciate the little things in life that sometimes we take for granted.

Here’s a sneak peek from his show @ Lestat’s in San Diego and his latest single Stick & Stones. Enjoy! :)

 

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Author: exploreadventurediscover.com

“ How you look at a situation is very important, for how you think about a problem may defeat you before you ever do anything about it. When you get discouraged or depressed, try changing your attitude from negative to positive and see how life can change for you. Remember, your attitude toward a situation can help you to change it — you create the very atmosphere for defeat or victory." – Franco Harris

7 thoughts on “A Night of Music with Jason Reeves!”

  1. What a pleasant and welcome post, thank you.

    Your video wouldn’t play for me here in South Africa, no problem I simply clicked ‘Watch on YouTube’ and was taken straight to a playable version.

    Would you mind informing us where you are, no big deal if you prefer not to it’s just rather nice to have an idea where we are all from.

  2. G’day Idle Vice – I’ve never heard of Colbie Caillat, either. Perhaps you’re addressing the wrong demographic?

    But no matter, welcome to Boadicea’s Chariot.

    Soutie, mate, visit her web site – it’s only a click away. 😎

  3. Thank you Bearsy but I’ve been there, done that, got the T shirt and I’m non the wiser. The blog is subtitled in Italian (a clue perhaps.) I thought I saw the word ‘Greek’ in her about page but I was mistaken.

    Couldn’t be bothered ploughing through any other pages so thought it simpler to ask
    😉

  4. Thanks everyone! So sorry for replying just now. I’m actually from sunny San Diego, located in Southern California or also known as SoCal. I named my blog Un Giorno Nella Vita which means A Day in the Life because “A Day in the Life” was already taken and I really love that phrase and since I love Italian food I figured I’d translate that phrase in Italian and use that for my blog name instead! Hehehehe!

    Thanks for the warm welcome and comments by the way! I appreciate it 🙂

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