Jason Castro Performs New Song at Mohegan Sun Casino

Jason Castro sings a new tune, “Who I Really Am” at at the Mohegan Sun Casino on Thursday night (Oct. 14).  The song is from Jason’s upcoming re-release of his debut album called Who I Am containing 4 new songs and a studio recording of “Changing Colors”.

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The Christian-themed album is due out November 9.

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  1. I liked him on the show, but it’s so folky. I bought his album and I like only a couple of songs on it. (And I can’t play it in the car because the other songs make my 5 year old cry.) I don’t know. Well, he’s got a great-looking website.

  2. Aw, I love Jason. I always find myself smiling when I’m done listening to him sing.

  3. Mmmmm! Still loving Jason. Excited for this next album! Thanks for posting this!!

  4. Still like him and hope he does well – I saw him in Seattle:) I do wish he had gone more edgy – I liked a lot of his songs at his TAMU concert – he really rocked out more there.

  5. I bet this song will sound a lot better on radio or album and I like it better than Lee’s debut single.

  6. This is the first Jason song that I have liked and look forward to getting.

  7. I hated him like poison on the show, but I have to admit that the folky, rythmic sound of this song is really nice. Still don’t love his vocals, but I hope he does well with this album.

  8. If you like really simple songs, performed in great earnestness with unexceptional ability, Jason’s your go-to guy. I’m thinking he’s found the perfect home in the Christian music market.

  9. I love Jason. Thanks for posting, mj. I’m still looking forward to getting the new songs on Nov 9!

  10. Jason has a great voice for recording. He is voice is so soothing, he’s very musical and he really puts his heart into his music. I haven’t yet found a better version of Hallelujah than the one he did at the A&M University concert after Idol. It was amazing–and yet he never recorded that version.

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