Music that Tears Itself Apart, Jason Webley at Gallery 5

by | Feb 9, 2010 | MUSIC

Jason Webley is a musician who began as a busker, playing accordion in the streets of Seattle, but has since moved in-doors and on stage, playing venues and festivals all across the world. His music is a combination of folk, gypsy, punk, and sea shanties.” – www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_Webley

The talented Jason Webley played Gallery 5 a few weeks ago and put on a great show. Kevin Orlosky had a chance to ask him about his music and inspirations.


Jason Webley is a musician who began as a busker, playing accordion in the streets of Seattle, but has since moved in-doors and on stage, playing venues and festivals all across the world. His music is a combination of folk, gypsy, punk, and sea shanties.” – www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_Webley

The talented Jason Webley played Gallery 5 a few weeks ago and put on a great show. Kevin Orlosky had a chance to ask him about his music and inspirations.


More information
www.jasonwebley.com

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