About Jason


My Story

Jason Riley was the lead vocalist and writer of the local rock ensemble, Make10, for 4 years, performing at a variety of venues, including the American Airlines Center – House of Blues stage.

He’s held a variety of gigs in choreography, piano accompaniment, background vocals, and acting.

Jason has been surrounded by music from a very young age. After singing in church during the very early years, Jason entered a performing arts academy at the age of 7, where he learned the fundamentals of music theory, vocal technique, bells, viola, and cello. By 9, he was also taking piano lessons.

Jason was awarded Most Talented of his senior class–by then having great achievements in voice, piano, winds, strings, dance and theatre.

Jason’s education includes certification in Commercial Music from Collin College, with a focus on audio engineering and recording, as well as an Associate Degree From Fullerton College, with a focus on Music Performance and Education. He is currently pursuing a BA in Music Performance and Music ed at California State University.

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