Jason Blaine is a vested songwriter and Canadian country music artist based in Nashville, Tennessee. Jason moved to Nashville in the mid-2000s and signed his first publishing deal with Anchor Down / Millenium Music. In 2011, Jason signed his first record deal with eOne, Canada and released his album, Life So Far. Life So Far turned out three singles that broke the top ten at Canadian radio and one song, “They Don’t Make ‘Em Like That Anymore,” that won CCMA Single of the Year. Over the years, Jason’s artistry has brought him CCMA nominations in the categories of New Top Talent of the Year, Male Artist of the Year, Independent Song of the Year, and Songwriter of the Year. In 2015, his song “Countryside” was Canadian country radio’s most played song. Jason released his most recent EP, Boy With A Guitar, in early 2017 with his current label, Universal Canada / Waxx Records.
As a songwriter, Jason has co-written seventeen top fifteen Canadian singles—including Madeline Merlo’s charted single, “Neon Love”—and his songs have been recorded by some of Nashville’s most promising talent—Love & Theft, Parmalee, Matt Gary. Jason is currently signed to Curb Word Music Publishing and resides in Tenneseee with his wife Amy and their four children.