Jason Webley + Christian Taylor
Jason Webley is a musician who began as a busker, playing accordion in the streets of Seattle, but has since moved in-doors and on stage, playing venues and festivals all across the world. His music is a combination of folk, gypsy, punk, and sea shanties.
In the Spring of 1998 Jason Webley quit his day job, picked up his accordion, and hopped on a Greyhound bus with the intention of playing in the streets until his money ran out.
He used to theatrically die every Halloween only to be born in the spring (usually around May Day or Webley's springtime Birthday). At the 2005 Halloween show he stated that he no longer wanted to live and die with the seasons. He did not die that year, and is expected to continue not dying on future Halloweens.
He released four albums using Springman Records as a distributor but now owns his own record label, Eleven Records, and sells his merchandise via website or at concerts.
On Webley's albums various instruments can be heard such as guitar, accordion, piano, and xylophone, etc., but when he tours he usually only brings his guitar, an accordion, and a vodka bottle filled with coins from around the world (but he has been known to do short tours with a backing band).
Some of Webley's most famous songs are the apocalyptic  "Dance While the Sky Crashes Down" (which appears on his album Against the Night) and his most common show finale, "The Drinking Song" (which appears on Counterpoint). During () "The Drinking Song" the audience is asked to sing as though in a drunken stupor.
1119 E. Prospect Street
Indianapolis, IN 46203
|Minimum Age: 21|
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