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Jason Michael Carroll goes for the Cubbies

Thursday, May 21, 2009 – Jason Michael Carroll will be the featured guest at the Chicago Cubs' Country Music Night on Tuesday May 26. Carroll will perform the National Anthem at the game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. He'll then throw out the first pitch, lead the crowd in Take Me Out to the Ball Game and conduct the seventh inning stretch from the announcer's box.

Carroll recently released his sophomore album, "Growing Up Is Getting Old" with a hit single Where I'm From. He will be headlining his own shows this summer at fairs and festivals across the country.


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CD review - Numbers Much like his career, Jason Michael Carroll's latest offering, "Numbers," is a collection of hits and misses. The album, which is being offered exclusively through Cracker Barrel retail outlets, pairs the rich timbre that shot the long-haired Texan to the top of the country charts (his first album went to number 1, and his second charted in the Top 10) with material that is often less than top drawer. There's little of the soul and personal touch that made songs from previous ...
CD review - Growing Up Is Getting Old Dear Jason Michael Carroll, Congratulations on the success you enjoyed with your first album "Waitin' in the Country" as well as the first single Where I'm From off your new album. At this stage in your career, you should probably be thinking about ways to make yourself stand out from the ever-increasing crowd of the next king of country music wannabes. It's not enough to have three names (just ask Earl Thomas Conley or Jason Michael Montgomery. ...
CD review - Waitin' in the Country It seems like now is the time for country vocalists with deep, rich voices to be heard, and Jason Michael Carroll will certainly be heard. Versatility and passion are the traits that best serve his sometimes rumbling vocals. Carroll took a step away from his North Carolina fundamentalist upbringing to make the secular music forbidden at home. That act of rebellion isn't lost in his music as it burns across songs with social implications, like the first single (and hit) off his album, ...


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