Singer, songwriter, Jason Ringenberg (Jason & the Scorchers)
Singer ~ Songwriter ~ Guitarist
Jason & the Scorchers

Jason Ringenberg

November 22, 1958, Kewanee, IL

When he left for Nashville he “wanted to create a music built upon folk, traditional country, and rockabilly but driven by modern punk rock energy.” ~ Bluesweb.com/Dixiefrog Records: Jason Ringenberg ~ retrieved November 20, 2013 © Dixiefrog Records/Bluesweb.com

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November 22, 1975 ~ Billboard Hot 100 ~ #3 (4) The 4 Seasons, Who Loves You ~ #2 (16) Silver Convention, Fly, Robin, Fly ~ #1 (6) KC & The Sunshine Band, That's The Way (I Like It)

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Something changed for young Jason when he heard George Jones & Tammy Wynette’s ‘Golden Ring’ coming from the radio in the barn one morning, across the prairie wind to a nearby thoughtful, hard-working young man who fell in love with music then and there. From then on, Jason was going to be a musician, and he knew it there and then. ~ FarmerJason.com: Jason Ringenberg ~ retrieved November 20, 2013 © FarmerJason.com

Jason & the Scorchers

Jason & the Scorchers, originally Jason & the Nashville Scorchers, are a cowpunk/country-rock band formed in 1981 and led by singer/songwriter Jason Ringenberg. With a sound that straddles hard rock, punk rock and country music, Jason and the Scorchers are noted for their energetic live performances, and have earned strong reviews from critics: Mark Deming, who declared they “blazed a trail for the cowpunk and alt-country movements that followed in their wake.” Jason and the Scorchers continue to maintain a loyal cult following around the world. ~ Wikipedia: Jason & the Scorchers ~ retrieved April 24, 2014 © Wikipedia



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