Biography

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Jason Bible was in born in Ft. Worth, Texas and has been a songwriter for 25 years. As a solo artist, he has released 7 collections of songs since he began recording professionally in 1994. Jason’s influences are Woody Guthrie, Hank Williams, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot, Gram Parsons, John Prine, Townes Van Sandt, Johnny Cash, and many more.  He first played the guitar and harmonica at a talent show in Texas, where he performed Bob Dylan’s ” The Times  They are a-changing”.  This show was to mark the beginning of a steady career.  Jason plays piano, lap steel, bass, organ, omni chord, Bouzouki, acoustic and electric guitars.
    He studied Sound engineering at The Dallas Sound Lab and has worked on both sides of the business. Through this he has gained a defined and well rounded foundation in music.
 Through producing, recording, composing film music, and playing live for years he has gained the experience needed to build a career in today’s music business.  Jason Bible is releasing a solo acoustic guitar and harmonica album this fall as he continues down the path of one of the best songwriters American Music has to offer. 

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After moving to Savannah, GA, in 2001,  He formed The Train Wrecks in 2005 and has led them down the tracks to gaining a loyal southeastern following and three successful albums.  Whiskey and War(2007)  Saddle Up(2011) and We Roll On(2015).  The Train Wrecks won the 2012 Georgia Music Awards for Best Americana Band, as well as being voted best Country/Americana/Rock band by Connect Savannah for six years running.  They have also been given rave reviews by Rolling Stone, Axis, played international radio shows, the disk makers independent music world series in Atlanta, and written music for films.  Reviewers have likened them to Lucero, Jason and Scorchers, Drive by Truckers, Johnny Cash, Slobberbone, The Old 97’s and Nirvana.  The Train Wrecks are poised for success on a larger scale. From festival crowds to music venues, audiences have been floored by the band. Bringing Jason Bible’s musical vision to a new and powerful 120%, take no prisoners live show, the future of the band is looking like an unstoppable force that showcases some of the best songwriting out there. Their touring has taken them back to Texas and back over the years.  They have opened for BB King, Jerry Jeff Walker, Lucero, Ben Nichols, Blitzentrapper, Josh Roberts and the Hindges, Drivin and Cryin, Edwin McCain, Sol Driven Train, and Dash Rip Rock to name a few. There is no doubt that The Train Wrecks are bound for glory.