With his timeless style and passionate performances, New Jersey native Jason Fox has been traveling the world building meaningful connections with audiences for over two decades. His powerful mix of rock styles influenced by the Allman Brothers Band and the Black Crowes has won him the respect of his peers and heroes alike, including Allman Brothers member Johnny Neel himself. Now a seasoned veteran of the music world, he is more determined than ever to unite people through the power of rock’n’roll.
After serving his country as a Sra in the USAF during Operation Desert Strom, Jason turned to music as a form of self-healing after returning home with seven decorations. He officially started his music career in 2000 as a frontman for The Love Handles. With extensive local radio play and appearances at legendary venues like the Stone Pony, they quickly became one of the best-known bands in the area.
Seeking to take his career to the next level, Jason relocated to California in 2005 where he began collaborating with Grammy-nominated artist Patrick Miller on a new project called Sixteen Station. The band achieved local success with their album ‘Fun For The Whole Family,’ which included the hit single ‘Crush.’ Jason went on to form Jason Fox and the Hounds of Love who played hundreds of shows and were nominated for several Inland Empire Music Awards including Best Live Band.
2012 saw Jason triumphantly returning to his home state of New Jersey which he used as his headquarters while touring the country several times over. With residencies and appearances at iconic venues from coast to coast, he began playing for bigger and more enthusiastic audiences than ever before, including a career highlight playing with the legendary Johnny Neel. Jason has also worked with notable musicians such as Anthony Krizan ( Spin Doctors) Marc Ford (The Black Crowes) and Rob Clores (The Black Crowes). In 2022 Jason's single Hard Feelings went viral receiving national radio airplay and was streamed over 250,000 times on Spotify.
Jason Fox has proven himself to be an artist with rare staying power, capable of wowing any audience at any venue. Taking to the road once again in 2024, Jason will be performing solo acoustic stripped-down versions of his catalog spotlighting his vocal range and songwriting ability.