In December 2009, McCaslin was also producing 5 songs for a new album by Canadian piano rock band The Greatest Invention (Formally – Credible Witness), which eventually got released under Walter Senko. He writes thought provoking music that makes the listener an introspective extravert – you’re thinking a lot about things, while dancing along. project is with Serena Ryder on a track titled joanne[at]indoorrecess.com McCaslin uses Fender '59 Re-Issue Precision Basses live and a Fender American Vintage '62 Re-Issue Precision Bass to record with. All Rights Reserved. He co-produces Simon and the Island material with Brian Pickett, and has produced works with independent artists The Jerry Cans and I, The Mountain. The 1st album, We Have an Emergency was released in Canada and Japan exclusively in 2007. With an interest in writing, Ward has numerous co-writes including work with Simon Wilcox, Johnny What, Steve Aiello, Suzy Shinn, Henry Brill, Richard Craker, Sam Willows and Serena Ryder. The Strumbellas Second Opinion Jason Paul " Cone " McCaslin (born September 3, 1980) is a Canadian musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer, serving … The Strumbellas members also include lead singer Simon Ward, lead guitarist Jon Hembrey, violinist Isabel Ritchie, bassist Darryl James and drummer Jeremy Drury. After taking a breather, Canadian folk-pop unit the Strumbellas are back with a new single. anticipation of where you’ll end up. He writes thought provoking music that makes the listener an introspective extravert – you’re thinking a lot about things, while dancing along. Then in 2010 he began producing 3 songs for 7 Piece Blue grass/Folk/Indie band The Strumbellas. Brown Band). [1], He acquired the nickname "Cone" from fellow band member Deryck Whibley in high school, because he frequently ate ice cream cones at lunch. The band released their debut album, All Killer No Filler in 2001. Introducing my little boy Max Grey McCaslin born Dec. 22/14", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Jason_McCaslin&oldid=984139354, Articles with dead external links from April 2017, Articles with permanently dead external links, Articles with unsourced statements from March 2016, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Shelter With Thieves – Someday Is Never Soon Enough (Co-Produced 6 songs with band) Released April 19, 2011 – ECMA Award for "Loud" Recording of the Year (P), Operation M.D. musical twists and turns provide a unique ebb and Follow @dfriend on Twitter. The most recent co-writing Those are the terms that come to mind when considering The Strumbellas. 416.884.4119. performed "One" by U2 and "Pieces" by Sum 41. You've probably heard the Strumbellas' hit song "Spirits" on the radio. Jason Paul "Cone" McCaslin (born September 3, 1980) is a Canadian musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer, serving as the bassist and backing vocalist of the band Sum 41. Download this stock image: Simon Ward, lead singer of the Strumbellas performs at the 2017 Beale Street Music Festival at Tom Lee Park in Memphis, Tenn. on May 5, 2017. He is of Irish/Swedish descent. Then again their full length album "Someday Is Never Soon Enough" including the 6 songs from "Confessions of a Toxic Generation" got nominated for Best Loud Recording at the 2012 East Coast Music Awards. [citation needed] On December 22, 2014, his first son Max Grey McCaslin was born.[12]. [citation needed] During the wedding, McCaslin's fellow band members Deryck Whibley of Sum 41 and Toby Morse of H2O and The Operation M.D. He penned his first song at the age of ten (a Happy Birthday song to his Dad). Sorry, this image isn't available for this licence. On October 9, 2018, he and his wife Shannon had a daughter, Ayla Rose McCaslin. van Jason McCaslin op Myspace", "Us working with Jason McCaslin from Sum 41 van Credible Witness [6 NEW SONGS UP] op Myspace", "This is the greatest message I'll ever write. Those influences are evident in his works, with his penchant for robust, satiating pop instrumentation weaving around the often darker, more pensive lyrics. Simon Ward is an award winning and critically acclaimed musical artist whose multi-faceted career has him wearing many different hats including lead singer / principle songwriter for The Strumbellas, solo artist project known as Simon and the Island, songwriter for film and tv, co-songwriter with artists and music producer. Copyright © 12/11/2020 Alamy Ltd. All rights reserved. The band often performs more than 300 times each year and holds long global tours, most of which last more than a year. He has also acted in many Sum 41 short films. new album with Atlantic Records in the US. flow to his songs that has now become his trademark. By clicking OK, you are confirming that this image is only to be used for the rights in the existing license. Simon Ward, lead singer of the Strumbellas performs at the 2017 Beale Street Music Festival at Tom Lee Park in Memphis, Tenn. on May 5, 2017. Terms and conditions  ~   (2002), Chuck (2004) Underclass Hero (2007), Screaming Bloody Murder (2011),13 Voices (2016) and Order in Decline (2019). on their 2017 single“Clouds”. [9] All Killer No Filler' was certified platinum in the United States, Canada and in the UK. Operation M.D. Pre-pay for multiple images and download on demand. In 1999, the band signed an international record deal with Island Records. The Strumbellas members also include lead singer Simon Ward, lead guitarist Jon Hembrey, violinist Isabel Ritchie, bassist Darryl James and drummer Jeremy Drury. then released their second album "Birds + Bee Stings" worldwide in late 2010 on their own label "Mouth To Mouth Music". Sitemap. The single, Spirits, achieved triple platinum in Italy and Canada, gold in America, Germany and France. Year), and Drew Pearson (Lights, Phillip Phillips, Zac Their fifth studio album, Screaming Bloody Murder, was released on March 29, 2011 and was nominated for Grammy at the 2012 Grammy's for the song "Blood in My Eyes" in the Hard Rock/Metal category. In October 2013 McCaslin made a cameo playing bass in The Strumbellas music video for End of an Era. Ward’s music has been licensed to shows and films that cross all genres: big screen, network television, sports and commercials including Welcome to Marwen, Midnight Sun, Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life, MTV’s Catfish, American Idol, World of Dance, A Taste of Summer, Bull, CBC’s Still Standing and The Bold Type. Your Lightboxes will appear here when you have created some. He plays bass and a bunch of other random instruments on the songs including lead vocals on a few tracks on both albums. Simon’s first released co-write was with The Jerry Cans This will be the first single from Serena’s © Simon And The Island. McCaslin began playing bass at the age of 14, as a member of a grunge garage band called Second Opinion. The Canadian Press - J4J5NX from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors. THE STRUMBELLAS – “SALVATION” GLASSNOTE RECORDS The Strumbellas return with their new single, “Salvation,” out now via Glassnote Records. You cannot download or purchase for any new licenses. In Sept. 2011 he was asked to produce the rest of the album. Group vocals, band chemistry and song conflict. “Famous”. [10] The band has since released six more studio albums: Does This Look Infected? In 2013 McCaslin began working with Toronto band Sun K. and produced their 7" (2 songs) which is out now and will also produce their upcoming EP and LP over the next year. It has previously been bought for a multiple re-use license which is still valid. Sorry your purchase has been declined because your account is on hold. Both lyrical and Plus, get ready for a serious #DadCrush with these 24 portraits of modern fatherhood. Alamy and its logo are trademarks of Alamy Ltd. and are registered in certain countries. He grew up and remains a resident of Lindsay, Ontario, an area of Canada that he attests fed him a steady diet of sad country songs, pop music and hip hop while he was growing up. The album is now completed and called "My Father and the Hunter". So what do singer Simon Ward's kids think of the song? It was released on February 21, 2012 and received a Juno Award Nomination for Best Root/Traditional Album. [2][3], He co-created the garage punk/garage rock side project The Operation M.D., with Todd Morse (of H2O), in which he goes by the name Dr. Dynamite.