Country vocalist Jason Michael Carroll is really a rootsy artist having a rocker’s advantage. Carroll grew up in a rigid religious family members in NEW YORK and had small connection with secular nation music. This didn’t deter Carroll and after senior high school, while functioning in a electric motor business, he was asked sign up for the local nation band Chasin’ Nation. By 2004, Carroll got left the music group and became a member of another local nation act, Metal Kickin’. That same season, emboldened by his developing vocal self-confidence, Carroll moved into Fox’s “Gimme the Mike” vocal competition and earned. Shortly after, he was producing opening act performances for such set up nation performers as Brad Paisley, Neal McCoy, among others. All this knowledge resulted in a signing cope with Arista Nashville Information in 2006. A season afterwards, Carroll released his debut studio room record, Waitin’ in the united states, and in ’09 2009, he came back along with his sophomore work, Growing Up GETS Old, which highlighted the hit one “Where I’m From”. In 2011 the record Numbers discovered him for the Cracker Barrel label.