Jason Bitten

Jason Bitten

To encourage, uplift and restore are what saxophonist Jason Bitten describes as the inspiration for his music. Jason’s smooth and soulful sound touches the untapped emotions of his listeners. Those seeking inspiration and jazz enthusiasts may find Jason’s instrumental ballads the “calm after the storm.”

A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Jason began playing the saxophone at the age of 12. In 2002, Jason independently released his first CD titled “At Midnight.” He quickly became a sought-after musician accompanying and opening for national R&B and gospel recording artists and performing at conferences, churches, and jazz festivals internationally and throughout the U.S. Jason has performed for many dignitaries including former President Jimmy Carter, the late Mrs. Coretta Scott King and Vernon Jordan Jr. In 2016, he was invited to perform at the White House for the Obama administration White House holiday tours. Jason continues to perform nationwide and between touring, he can often be spotted serenading passengers at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

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