Jason Considine is an independent musician/songwriter/recording engineer and self proclaimed “neat guy” from the Great Lakes State of Michigan. He currently plays drums and writes songs for The Marietta who released their first ep this summer.
Jason first learned music playing the drums and went on to play guitar, piano/keyboards, harmonica and random percussion instruments. Jason started playing drums in the Flint, MI indie scene in his late teens with Obedient Sun, BCBandits, and The Pulse. At the same time he attended The Recording Institute of Detroit and created the Rushour Scenes label recording his friends’ bands in the Flint area. BCBandits had gained a small following within the Flint scene and the eastern side of Michigan when they disbanded in 2006 and Jason took a rest from music and went to college.
He returned to music in 2009 with his old friend Dennis Berger of LOA who had helped him in starting Rushour Scenes. They started The Guard in 2010 with Jason playing guitar instead of drums. They played shows for a year and recorded two short eps before disbanding. Jason and Dennis continued their music with adding their old friend Ryan Cardneau on bass for The Marietta.
Jason Considine sometimes releases solo material under the name Jay Campbells Clockwork Watchers. He currently is working on releasing his entire Rushour Scenes recordings throughout the years online.