Jason Greeley

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Jason Greeley
Birth name Jason Greeley
Born (1977-03-11) March 11, 1977 (age 37)
Origin Upper Island Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Years active 2004–present
Labels Royalty Records
Website jasongreeley.com

Jason Greeley (March 11, 1977) is a singer/songwriter from Upper Island Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador best known as a contestant on the 2nd season of Canadian Idol. He released his solo album, Live...Love...Sing... in 2005 and in late 2009 released his self-titled follow-up album. Jason is signed to Royalty Records out of Alberta.

Career[edit]

On June 14, 2005, Greeley released his debut CD Live...Love...Sing.... The album's first single released was Slammin' Doors. He received 4 Music Industry Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (MIANL, now MusicNL) award nominations, winning the Entertainer of the Year award. In 2006, Greeley received an East Coast Music Award nomination for Country Album of the Year.[1]

Canadian Idol[edit]

In season 2 of Canadian Idol, Greeley reached the top 4 round before being eliminated. At 27, he was the oldest of the top 10. Jason placed 3rd in his top 32 group behind Shane Wiebe and Manoah Hartmann but he qualified, along with Elena Juatco, for the top 10 through the wildcard round where he was the top vote getter. Below is his list of performances with the theme in brackets:

Discography[edit]

Live...Love...Sing... (2005)[edit]

1. Live...Love...Sing
2. Another Day
3. Slammin' Doors
4. Sad Songs
5. Get Over You
6. Shady Ole Town
7. Tonight (co-written with Sass Jordan)
8. Living For Nothing
9. Dreams
10. Tear Me Away

Reception[edit]

This album has sold a total of 12,000 copies.[2]

Jason Greeley (2009)[edit]

1. Born That Way
2. Usually
3. Godbye Jersey
4. Around For A Reason
5. Get A Life
6. Slammin Doors
7. Good Part
8. Live Our Lives
9. Walk Away
10.Louder Than Words
11.Four Walls
12. What You Gotta Do(Dad's Song)

References[edit]