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Jason Meadows (born June 9, 1971) is a country music artist signed to Baccerstick Records. He was raised in Calera, Oklahoma. Meadows was a second-place finalist on the third season of the USA Networks talent show Nashville Star. Three singles were released from his debut album 100% Cowboy (the title track, "18 Video Tapes" and "Where Did My Dirt Road Go"), but all failed to chart. The album reached No. 59 on Top Country Albums. "18 Video Tapes" received a "thumbs up" rating from Engine 145, a country music review site. Reviewer Matt C. said, "Here’s a Nashville Star alumnus who didn’t score a major-label deal but nonethless is producing interesting and compelling music." Wikipedia

Age: 44
Born: 9 June 1971, Calera, Oklahoma
Height: Height unknown
Nationality: Country of origin
Claim to Fame: One line executive summary

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46 Songs »
RankTitleYear*
1 Sin Comin' On
2 Love Long Enough
3 Never Been To Texas
4 You Ain't Never Been to Texas 2010
5 I Feel A Sin Comin' On 2010
6 Go Back There Again 2010
7 You On Me 2010
8 (If You) Love Long Enough 2010
9 Livin' Alone 2010
10 Farm Girl
* Approximate (assumes song was released same year as the album it was first released on)

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