Weekend Music Feature: Jason Robertson

This week’s musical feature is Marble Hill, Missouri’s own Jason Robertson.  Though a resident of the Ozarks Foothills of Southeast Missouri, Robertson’s journeys have take him to Texas, Alabama, the Carolina’s and beyond. According to his bio:

“Jason Lee Roberson was born April 23rd, 1977, moving several times as a child until settling into Houston, Texas in 1985. Ten years later, he dropped out of Spring High School to help his father in construction work. Before long, his journey led him to become a ‘Storm Trooper’, a man who helped clean up Hurricane-effected locations. His first hurricane was Hurricane Opal in Enterprise, Alabama. Af…ter helping clean up the area, Jason temporarily relocated to Wayne County, Missouri where he attempted to re-join high school. After only one semester, and making lifelong friends, including his future wife, Tennille Estes. The duty of a Storm Trooper then called again. He left Woodland High School to help recover after the damage caused by Hurricane Fran in Wilmington, North Carolina. After spending almost two years in North Carolina, Hurricane George hit Gulf port, Mississippi. After working to restore the town, he moved to Marble Hill in 2003. It was during this time that officially started dating Tennille. Shortly after that, Hurricane Ivan hit Loxley, Alabama in 2004. After spending most of 2004 in Alabama, Jason rushed back to be with Ten. However, the reunion only lasted a short time, when in 2005, New Orleans was devastated by Hurricane Katrina. Being his 5th and most devastating hurricane, Jason returned to Marble Hill in 2006 to work for Ingram Barge Company, his current employer. In 2007, Jason and Tennille were married. He credits her as his main inspiration in life, and she joins him in many of his songs and recordings. Throughout his entire life, he has been a devoted songwriter and musician. He is now ready to take the next step in his ever-exciting life, in conjunction with the birth of his first child Jesco Hank, who is due in July.”

We hope you enjoy this week’s musical feature “You Walk Away” by Jason Robertson.

 

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I am just an average blue collar American who works hard and tries to be a good dad. I have a passion for history, music and freedom.

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