681 - Jason Owen Sings John Denver

Jason Owen Sings John Denver

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Having released his fourth album Jason Owen Sings John Denver: the 20th Anniversary, Jason is embarking on his first boutique Theatre tour.

Since the John Denver classic Annie’s Song launched him as a contestant on the X Factor in 2012, Jason Owen has planned for this album. His Pop, the much-loved patriarch of his family asked him again and again to do a tribute album. With his Pop’s health on the decline and the 20th anniversary of the legend’s passing, Jason knew there was no better time for this album.

A labour of love, the album is packed with songs that made John Denver a household name including Annie’s Song, Take Me Home, and his first single Everybody’s Talking. Jason’s exceptional vocals shine on the album, perfectly capturing the soul of Denver’s music. 

One of the best-selling artists of the 70s, John Denver was more than just a country music singer. He was outspoken on politics, an environmentalist and a humanitarian. Rather than putting the big smoke on a pedestal, Denver praised the virtues of country living, something most Australian country music fans can connect with.

Writing passionately about the world around him and the simple joys of life, Denver’s timeless music resonated with millions of people, from popular artists who have covered his music to a young, impressionable boy in country New South Wales.

Born and bred in the small town of Albert 150km west of Dubbo, Jason was raised to the tune of classic country artists. After being launched into the Australian music scene as runner up of X Factor in 2012, Jason has continued to grow into a genuine country artist. A national tour with country music darling Amber Lawrence, an appearance by iconic Indigenous entertainer Christine Anu on his single Proud and his nomination for New Oz Artist of the Year at the 2017 CMC Awards have cemented his growing reach in the industry he loves. He continues his rise in 2017 with the release of his John Denver tribute album and trialling for the Australian clay trap shooting team for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

With the album release set for June 30 2017, Jason wants country music fans to throw this album in their car, turn it up and connect once more to these timeless songs that so beautifully capture life, love and longing.

In a two hour show, Jason will perform all the songs from the 20th Anniversary album, some other unique John Denver songs plus his own hit singles.

"I've put my own touch on each track but kept true to the uniqueness of John's creativity"   Jason Owen

Performance Duration: 2 hours (includes 20 minute interval)


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