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Jason Damico

This rockin’, blues, multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter at 15 years of age became the youngest member of the Duke University Jazz Ensemble under the direction of John V. Brown, Jr. Winner of the 2015 Carolina Music Awards Rock Male Artist of the Year, 2015 Video of the Year “Hold Me A Little Closer” Nominee, 2014 Triangle Blues Society Blues Challenge Solo Winner, a recipient of the 2010 Best Overall Musician Award from the University of North Carolina Wilmington Music, voted 2011 Carolina Youth Artist of the Year and Song of the Year Semi-finalist Winner, child prodigy Jason Damico has shared the stage with jazz, blues and Broadway greats such as: Vincent Gardner (trombone), Ray Codrington (trumpet), Kevin Mahogany (vocals), Jason Marsalis (drums), Joe Chambers (drums), Monty Alexander (piano), Trae Pierce (bass/vocals/lead guitar/piano), Big Daddy Wilson (vocals/guitar), Claudette King (vocals), Lucky Peterson (piano/guitar/vocals), Slam Allen (guitar/lead vocals) and John Arthur Greene (NBC’s Peter Pan, West Side Story and Matilda). Damico has opened up multiple times for legendary blues artists such as B.B. King, Buddy Guy, and Slam Allen.

Jason Damico enjoys playing, singing, songwriting, recording and producing music for himself and others. To date, he has produced “For You” (released 2010) and “Represent” for C.M. Represent (released 2011). His debut CD, “Blood, Sweat & Blues” (released 2014) depicts a work of passion as he wrote all the songs, performed all the instruments, recorded and produced the full CD. In 2015, Jason released his second album, “Terra Firma”, a new, refreshing sound of blues, rock and funk fusion. Jason Damico is currently back in the studio recording his third album and working on his second music video with an expected release date later this year.


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