Following the release of his debut album 1000 Faces on Seven Lions‘ Ophelia Records, Jason Ross landed in Montreal for his ‘1000 Faces‘ tour. The performance took place in Society for Arts and Sciences (SAT), with Sunny Lax and Marycee as supports.
Opening up the night, Marycee and Sunny Lax bolstered the crowd’s energy, passing the torch onto the headliner. In brief description, Jason Ross reverberates infectious energy for hours to a captivated, passionate crowd.
For these performances, Ross premiers an original visual display dedicated to his album’s aesthetic. In addition, you can expect the new, old, reimagined, and unreleased. Throughout the performance, Ross incorporates more of his new melodic music, without sacrificing a dynamic presence or genre diversity.
Incredible sold out night in Montréal! I’m always reminded of the amazing energy you all bring to these shows. Merci!— Jason Ross (@JasonRossOfc) February 18, 2020
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Jason Ross only just embarked on his ‘1000 Faces’ tour, and you can find where he’s stopping to perform and purchase tickets through his website here.
Beyond that, the producer recently kick-started his new mix compilation, ‘Atlas.’ Listen to Jason Ross’ debut album, ‘1000 Faces,’ via Seven Lions’ Ophelia Records imprint below!