ASCAP Award winning songwriter, Jasey Schnaars began playing the guitar at the age of eight. By the time he was twelve, he was performing throughout the Philadelphia area (Jim Croce once opened for Jasey at the legendary Main Point in Bryn Mawr, PA).
He wrote his first song, 'Syd's Song," at the age of thirteen for his girlfriend (now his wife), and that song is featured on both the Kansas City Jammers' CD, Tracks, and the DVD, Live at Ohio Wesleyan University.
Jasey's first chart single came in 1972 with the release of The Kansas City Jammers' "Sing Me That Rock and Roll," which is also featured on the Jammers’ CD, TRACKS, and the DVD, Live at Ohio Wesleyan University.
In 1984, Country Music star Eddie Rabbitt took "Nothing Like Falling In Love," written by Jasey and Hall-of-Fame songwriter Thom Schuyler, into Billboard magazine's top ten country singles. This composition also won Jasey an award from ASCAP for having written one of the year's most performed country songs. While in Nashville, Jasey was also able to write with other influential song writers, like Even Stevens, Dan Tyler, and Anthony Crawford.
Jasey has also written chart singles for other artists in this country and abroad, including The Washington Squares,
and Lane Brody.
Lately, when he's not performing with The Kansas City Jammers, Jasey is usually off somewhere singing with friend and co-writer Eric Gnezda . These two recently performed in Nashville's famed Bluebird Cafe, where they will again be performing in June.
Jasey’s CD’s, "JASEY," and his latest, "57 South to Memphis," along with his recordings with the Kansas City Jammers, are available through CDBaby, iTunes, and Amazon.com .
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