Jason Lyles is a rock solo artist currently based out of Chattanooga, TN. Originally from Chatsworth, GA, Jason's musical style is an upbeat mix of Southern and Alternative pop rock with an emphasis on rhythmic guitar and astounding vocals. His influences include a diverse range of bands and artists such as Matthew Sweet, Nuno Bettencourt, Better Than Ezra, The Black Crowes, Foo Fighters and the Freddy Jones Band. Jason's songs are a diverse mix of rock styles. Coming from a wide range of influences, Jason has reined those styles into a unified pop rock sound ready to infect the world with it's viral hooks, catchy riffs, and undeniable melodies. Topics of his songs cover many different emotions and situations. From deep themes such as overcoming child abuse (Ethereal), never giving in to defeat (Not This Time), and letting go of negativity (Set it Free) to light-hearted romps about traveling the country (Disappear), saying goodbye to old roommates (Move On), and 'gravitating' to ex-girlfriends (Man in the Moon) Jason's songs will ring true and implant themselves in your brain like a kudzu patch that won't go away! After performing in many regional bands, Jason released his first independent album Shades of Grey in 2003, and he performed at clubs, festivals, colleges and other venues in support of the album. His music has been heard on 96.5 The Mountain Unrestricted, 91.5 The WAWL, Rock 105, as well as various internet radio stations and podcasts. Now with the release of his new enhanced EP Ethereal, Jason has come into his own as a solo artist and performer. The new CD is enhanced with extra features such as video, pics, and a game.