Canadian country artist Jason Blaine has released his brand new EP and we are here for it! Go With Me is a fantastic collection of 6 songs that you’re going to fall in love with.
It’s been a minute since we’ve had a new collection of songs from Jason Blaine. So it’s really great to hear fresh music and his voice coming through the speakers.
Go With Me is Jason’s first release with his label eOne Music Canada since the 2015 release of his album Country Side. It’s a biographical snapshot of Jason’s life to date. Immortalized in a great collection of songs.
The collection of songs on this EP include some upbeat fun songs such as the party song “Drink Too Much”, “Mood Swing“, and “When I See You“. There’s also some songs that make you think … like the title track “Go With Me”.
“The title track of this EP, “Go With Me“, really tells the story about two people chasing a dream together along the journey of life,” said Jason Blaine. “For me, a lot of dreams have come true over my career, both personally and professionally. This EP is a snapshot of life, love, home and good times with friends along the way.”
Jason Blaine’s new EP is a continuation of what he does best. Jason is a supreme story-teller. Telling stories of home, love and nights on the town.
It’s a really great EP! Be sure to stream these songs and add them to your playlists on Apple Music and Spotify.
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About Jason Blaine
Originally from Pembroke, Ontario, Blaine now lives in Nashville with his wife Amy and their three-month-old baby girl. He came on to the scene in 2007 with his first #1 single, “Rock In My Boot,” the first of 11 further Top 10 hits.
Settled with three more additions to his family, Blaine has become a staple songwriter in Nashville. His success has also allowed him to give back to his community in Pembroke through the annual Jason Blaine Celebrity Charity Golf Classic. This golf tournament has attracted fellow artists such as Dallas Smith, Tim Hicks, Chad Brownlee, Aaron Pritchett and Gord Bamford, as well as hockey legends Doug Gilmour and Bryan Murray. It’s helped raise over $500,000 for various charities in the Ottawa Valley.