Jason Cade, a Central Coast local, born and raised in Santa Maria and a graduate of Righetti High School, has been singing and playing guitar for 28 years. He started out singing Karaoke at various locations and in 1997, won a Sunny Country Radio Contest taking 1st Prize. His song was recorded and received some radio play locally. Having never lost the performance bug, he decided several years ago to start performing for larger crowds and began doing so professional for live audiences at wineries and restaurants all over the Central Valley and Central Coast. Jason now lives in the mountains on 5 acres just east of Clovis and works construction during the day through his second business. He has written and co-written several original songs and released his first album in July 2019. Originally inspired by much of the music he grew up with, his strongest influences has always been that of George Straight and Chris Ledoux. Between his two businesses and maintaining his land, Jason enjoys many outdoor activities in his spare time, including horseback riding, camping, pack trips into the high country, snowboarding, and wake boarding. In an attempt to challenge himself, Jason often sets goals to push his comfort levels. In 2015, Jason tried out for the NBC's reality show “The Voice” and made it through the first two stages. In 2016, he submitted his first single "Everywhere I Go" to NASH NEXT and was ranked in the top 100 out of 1800 contestants nationally. Having felt he had learned much from his experiences, he does plan to try other avenues, in time. For now, Jason continues to collaborate with several other artist, bands and headlining acts. In 2018, Jason had opened for The Gatlin Brothers, Morgan Evans, Russell Dickerson, Jimmy Allen and High Valley . In 2019, he had opened for Rodney Atkins and Matt Stell. For now, Jason loves being home performing for his local fans, friends and family.