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Jason Roberts Band Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Darcy
August 1st 2022
No Jason This is WRONG He wasn't playing. We came all the way from Connecticut too. Saw Jake Penrod The Venue is the Bomb Love that Terry
Austin, TX@
Little Longhorn Saloon
Jody
April 19th 2019
Best concert I’ve ever attended. And I’ve seen some big ones. 👍🏻
Tulsa, OK@
Cain's Ballroom
Andrew
March 4th 2019
Jason was outstanding and the band was as good as I been to. A big shout out to the Cain’s Ballroom for getting it put together. Thank you
Tulsa, OK@
Cain's Ballroom
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About Jason Roberts Band

Building on a lifetime blessed by musical genes and work alongside Western Swing giants, Grammy Award-winning Jason Roberts has teamed up with world-class talents to launch the Jason Roberts Band.

Having spent his childhood among legends in Texas honky-tonks -- and then nearly 20 years with the world-famous band Asleep at the Wheel -- Jason has soaked up the very best of Western Swing and brings his own signature style to this traditional American genre. Two Grammy Awards and three individual Hall of Fame inductions later, Jason is stepping out to the delight of fans around the world.

Music is a family thing in the Roberts clan. Jason’s grandfather, Buck Roberts, a fellow Texas Western Swing Hall of Famer, toured nationally with The Roberts Brothers Rhthymaires in the 1940’s and 50’s. A 12-year-old Jason eventually fronted a band with his grandfather and other Rhthymaires’ veterans. From the other side, Jason’s grandmother played swing piano well past her 100th birthday. Jason learned to play on his grandfather Carl’s fiddle, an instrument that’s on stage with him to this day.

Legendary fiddler Johnny Gimble (Jason’s kin by marriage) took notice of young Jason's remarkable natural talent and took him under his wing. Jason has said, “Every good lick I know, I stole from Johnny Gimble.” By the time he was 15, Jason had played with the greats like Gimble, Leon Rausch, Bobby Boatwright, Herb Remington, and others members of Bob Wills’ Texas Playboys.

Generous mentors and a good dose of genetics instilled in Jason a sense of musical purism and signature improvisation skills that wow fans to this day. These special beginnings translated into an extraordinary career that has kept skirts swinging and toes tapping for decades.

Jason’s time with Asleep at the Wheel began after he’d earned rave reviews as a fiddle-playing wunderkind and Ray Benson came knocking. Jason was only 16 then and couldn’t even get in to many of the venues the Wheel played, so Benson waited until Jason’s 18th birthday to start their 20-year run. In the meantime, Jason played with Jody Nix, Don Walser, and many others through high school.

With the Wheel, Jason was been privileged to record with Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Johnny Gimble, Leon Rausch, Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, and many others. He paused work with the Wheel briefly in 2006 to play with Van Morrison for a 14-show U.S. tour. He’s played on scores of studio recordings for artists across the country.

In 2007, Jason had the once in a lifetime opportunity to take part in the “Last of the Breed” tour with Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Ray Price, and the Wheel. Two years later, Austin City Limits featured “Willie and the Wheel” to kick off the show’s 35th Anniversary. The album of the same name garnered a Grammy nomination.

A songwriter to boot, Jason’s song “Am I Right or Amarillo” was the first single released from the Reinventing The Wheel album. His composition “Santa Loves to Boogie” was the title track on The Wheel's Christmas album in 2007. Jason’s first solo album, Texas Fiddle Man, is available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon.

For most of his life, Jason has delighted audiences around the world. From the White House to The David Letterman Show and the Kennedy Center to Bob Wills’ hometown of Turkey, Texas, Jason has helped keep the spirit of Western Swing alive across generations. His fiddle magic and endearing personality make him a fan favorite everywhere he plays.

Jason is a devoted husband and proud father of a daughter and two sons. When he’s not on the road, he makes his home in Austin, Texas
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Genres:
Country Music, Traditional Country Music, Ameripolitan, Traditional Country, Western Swing, Western Swing - Grammy Award-winning
Band Members:
Tony Ramsey-drums, Wayne Glasson, Al Quaid-upright bass, Jason Roberts-fiddle mandolin vocal, Rick McRae, David Biller-steel

No upcoming shows
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Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Darcy
August 1st 2022
No Jason This is WRONG He wasn't playing. We came all the way from Connecticut too. Saw Jake Penrod The Venue is the Bomb Love that Terry
Austin, TX@
Little Longhorn Saloon
Jody
April 19th 2019
Best concert I’ve ever attended. And I’ve seen some big ones. 👍🏻
Tulsa, OK@
Cain's Ballroom
Andrew
March 4th 2019
Jason was outstanding and the band was as good as I been to. A big shout out to the Cain’s Ballroom for getting it put together. Thank you
Tulsa, OK@
Cain's Ballroom
View More Fan Reviews

About Jason Roberts Band

Building on a lifetime blessed by musical genes and work alongside Western Swing giants, Grammy Award-winning Jason Roberts has teamed up with world-class talents to launch the Jason Roberts Band.

Having spent his childhood among legends in Texas honky-tonks -- and then nearly 20 years with the world-famous band Asleep at the Wheel -- Jason has soaked up the very best of Western Swing and brings his own signature style to this traditional American genre. Two Grammy Awards and three individual Hall of Fame inductions later, Jason is stepping out to the delight of fans around the world.

Music is a family thing in the Roberts clan. Jason’s grandfather, Buck Roberts, a fellow Texas Western Swing Hall of Famer, toured nationally with The Roberts Brothers Rhthymaires in the 1940’s and 50’s. A 12-year-old Jason eventually fronted a band with his grandfather and other Rhthymaires’ veterans. From the other side, Jason’s grandmother played swing piano well past her 100th birthday. Jason learned to play on his grandfather Carl’s fiddle, an instrument that’s on stage with him to this day.

Legendary fiddler Johnny Gimble (Jason’s kin by marriage) took notice of young Jason's remarkable natural talent and took him under his wing. Jason has said, “Every good lick I know, I stole from Johnny Gimble.” By the time he was 15, Jason had played with the greats like Gimble, Leon Rausch, Bobby Boatwright, Herb Remington, and others members of Bob Wills’ Texas Playboys.

Generous mentors and a good dose of genetics instilled in Jason a sense of musical purism and signature improvisation skills that wow fans to this day. These special beginnings translated into an extraordinary career that has kept skirts swinging and toes tapping for decades.

Jason’s time with Asleep at the Wheel began after he’d earned rave reviews as a fiddle-playing wunderkind and Ray Benson came knocking. Jason was only 16 then and couldn’t even get in to many of the venues the Wheel played, so Benson waited until Jason’s 18th birthday to start their 20-year run. In the meantime, Jason played with Jody Nix, Don Walser, and many others through high school.

With the Wheel, Jason was been privileged to record with Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Johnny Gimble, Leon Rausch, Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, and many others. He paused work with the Wheel briefly in 2006 to play with Van Morrison for a 14-show U.S. tour. He’s played on scores of studio recordings for artists across the country.

In 2007, Jason had the once in a lifetime opportunity to take part in the “Last of the Breed” tour with Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Ray Price, and the Wheel. Two years later, Austin City Limits featured “Willie and the Wheel” to kick off the show’s 35th Anniversary. The album of the same name garnered a Grammy nomination.

A songwriter to boot, Jason’s song “Am I Right or Amarillo” was the first single released from the Reinventing The Wheel album. His composition “Santa Loves to Boogie” was the title track on The Wheel's Christmas album in 2007. Jason’s first solo album, Texas Fiddle Man, is available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon.

For most of his life, Jason has delighted audiences around the world. From the White House to The David Letterman Show and the Kennedy Center to Bob Wills’ hometown of Turkey, Texas, Jason has helped keep the spirit of Western Swing alive across generations. His fiddle magic and endearing personality make him a fan favorite everywhere he plays.

Jason is a devoted husband and proud father of a daughter and two sons. When he’s not on the road, he makes his home in Austin, Texas
Show More
Genres:
Country Music, Traditional Country Music, Ameripolitan, Traditional Country, Western Swing, Western Swing - Grammy Award-winning
Band Members:
Tony Ramsey-drums, Wayne Glasson, Al Quaid-upright bass, Jason Roberts-fiddle mandolin vocal, Rick McRae, David Biller-steel

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