“Sea Songs For Little Pirates”

A collection of fun marine biology/pirate themed folk rock songs for kids…that parents will appreciate!

After an adventurous musical journey with his friends in The Midatlantic, which began to wind down at the end of 2017, Jason was looking for new fun avenues to explore with his music. An old friend and longtime fan named Ren Chapman looked at him one day and asked, “You know what you should do?” To which Jason replied, “No, what do you think I should do?” Ren said, “You should write a kids album!”

Jason began to fondly recall all of his adventures in exploring the ocean, local salt marshes, and waterways with his nieces and nephews as well as generations of kids throughout the years as a marine biology/conservation educator, professional surf instructor, and true Outer Banks Pirate. As those experiences, discoveries, and love of sharing that which he loved most became songs with some nods to real life characters, a collection of songs emerged. A year later Jason has released eight original tracks, along with two recorded versions of an old traditional sea shanty, to hopefully further inspire, educate, and provide a fun soundtrack for kids into the world of marine biology and maritime exploration. And more importantly, their parents will like it too!

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Wilmington Virtual Music Festival
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Thanks to the coronavirus COVID 19 our little town of musicians pulled together on the first weekend of what looks to be many, to live stream a 30 minute set from their homes to give our friends and fans something … Read More

Fun times at Fermental
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Round two of Sea Songs For Little Pirates was a blast! We saw quite a few familiar faces and a lot of new ones, shaking their tambourines, and Rolling the Chariot with us! Thanks again to everyone who came out. … Read More

Album Release Party!!!
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A little over a year of writing, recording, and planning finally came to a zenith yesterday at Palate Bottle Shop in downtown Wilmington. Dozens of kids in full costume surrounded the stage for the first set, while their parents looked … Read More