Farmer Jason, one of Epiphone's first and most enthusiastic artists of the House of Stathopoulo's modern era, is working on a new album for the holidays, Hey Ho, Ho Ho Ho Let's Go with Farmer Jason
. Read all about it on his website
. Meanwhile, on the road, on the farm, or at the North Pole, Jason still swears by his trusty EJ-200
"I’ve been with Epiphone now for 20 years and I’ve found their guitars--the EJ-200 especially--are great sounding guitars,
" Jason told Epiphone last spring. "They just have a such a depth to them, such a broad sound. Also, for me what’s kept me with Epiphones is they can handle road work. They’re not fussy. You can pull out those Epiphones after they’ve been traveling 30,000 feet in the air in 40 degree below zero weather in the hold--you can pull them out that night--and they’re gonna play and they’re gonna sound good and that’s what I have to have. I have to have a good sounding, solid guitar and one that’s reliable. That’s why I play them and why I believe in them."
You'll never see a happier group of kids or a happier rock and roller than you will at a Farmer Jason show. Visit his website for a full schedule.