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Jason Isbell

AKA: Michael J. Isbell, Michael Isbell, and Michael Jason Isbell

About Jason Isbell

Singer-songwriter and guitarist Michael Jason Isbell, known as Jason Isbell, is an American singer-songwriter from Green Hill, Alabama. He is best known for being and former member of the group Drive-By Truckers. After being part of the band for six years, Isbell started a solo career. His first (solo) album, ‘Sirens of the Ditch’, released in 2007.

Jason released two albums with his band, Jason Isbell and the 400 unit.

Jason Isbell has been sober since the beginning of 2012, after years of heavily drinking and drug abuse.

In June 2013, Jason released his 4th (solo) album, ‘Southeastern’, which got him the Artist of the Year and Song of the Year award for ‘Cover Me Up’ of the Americana Music Awards. The album was produced by Dave Cobb

In 2015, ‘Something More Than Free’ was released, also produced by Dave Cobb. This album got him the Album of the Year, Artist of the Year and Song of the Year award.

In June 2017, Isbell released his third album with his band the 400 Unit, titled The Nashville Sound.The album includes singles “Hope the High Road”, “Cumberland Gap” and “If We Were Vampires.” The album debuted at the top of both the country and rock Billboard charts and shot to 4th overall on the Billboard top-100.

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