From the snowbound wilds of New Hampshire, Jason Anderson has spent the last 15 years as an indefatigable DIY stalwart, quietly putting on the best shows you've probably never seen. An endearing songwriter and transcendent live performer, Anderson’s work is as anthemic as it is affecting.
More than a solo act, Jason has been a consistent collaborator. He fronted power-pop weirdos Wolf Colonel, played piano on David Dondero’s breakthrough album The Transient, was the studio and touring guitarist for Mount Eerie's critically-acclaimed Black Wooden Ceiling Opening EP, and—most recently—has joined Strand of Oaks.
Raw, soulful, and overflowing with melody, what sets Jason Anderson apart is his joyous energy. With the singular ability to make a basement feel like an arena, and a club stage feel like a campfire singalong, Jason’s irrepressible charisma and participatory concerts have made him a one-of-a-kind sensation wherever he goes, earning friends and fans one euphoric gig at a time. You have to see it to believe it.