Category: News

Twangville Review

The latest album was recently reviewed by Twangville and they had great things to say:

“By dint of comparison, the debut album from Austin musician Cody Jasper opens with Black Cadillac, an old blues cotton-field style chant updated with some tasty steel and electric guitar accompaniment.  Instead of getting up and dancing, you sit mesmerized in your chair, swaying back and forth to the beat.  At that point though, the album picks you by the scruff of the neck and shakes you.  From here on, it’s southern blues and rock & roll in the style of the Vaughn brothers or maybe J.J. Grey.  There’s lots of guitar and some feedback and even a little vocal homage to Robert Plant in his youth.”


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Outlaw Magazine

Nik Havert of Outlaw Magazine reviewed Cody Jasper’s debut album and we are so incredibly honored to be featured. Outlaw country greats like Waylon, Willie and Shooter have inspired Cody since childhood and to be featured along with names like that means so much. For the full article, please visit:

New Slang Lubbock

Cody sat down with New Slang Lubbock for an all access, no questions off limit interview, that really brought out some awesome revelations. The full article is available:

Amarillo Globe News

Blues-rock artist Jasper to celebrate debut album announced the Amarillo Globe News; featuring a interview with Cody Jasper, writer Chip Chandler gets Cody to open up about how his songs are written off real life experiences and emotion. To view the article in its entirety please visit:

Mix 94.7 Austin Live & Local

Cody Jasper participated in the Mix 94.7 Austin Live & Local  podcast on February 18th, with MC Overload, Patrick Davis, Brian Gaar and Cody Bryan. You can listen to the whole podcast by searching Austin live and local from your podcast icon on you apple product or by listing online at:

Do512: 5 Questions

FTMOA(From The Mind of Adi): 5 Questions with Cody Jasper interview was featured this week on Cody Jasper sat down with Adi to answer questions about his influences, his opinions, and his favorite tacos. To view the whole interview follow this link:

Austin 360 Music Picks

Austin 360 chooses 7 shows a week to feature and for the week of February 14th-20th, Austin 360 chose Cody Jasper! You can read the full article here at:

Martin’s Music Blog

Martin’s Music Blog featured a write up on Cody Jasper’s debut album this month! for more information and to read the full blog, please visit:

A Day In The Life

A Day in the Life of a Music Junkie took time to review the debut album and we loved the review, our favorite parts:

“I’m not gonna lie: when I read the name Cody Jasper, I thought of the pop music genre – thank you, Cody Simpson.  I didn’t do any background research or anything and simply listened to the album raw, and to my surprise, Jasper’s got a rock and soul thing going on.”

“The album shows two caricatures of Jasper.  On one hand he can be the raunchy lustful lover, talking about drugs and sex, but on the other, he can be a sweet and heartfelt lover, yearning for your touch.”

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Culture Map Top 10 Shows!

Austin Culture Map featured Cody Jasper as a Top 10 show not to miss for February! We were super honored to be featured on this list with some other amazing local and traveling acts!

6. Cody Jasper, February 20 at Continental Club

Cody Jasper’s Texas roots run deep. He was born and raised in Amarillo. His great-grandfather played guitar with king of Texas swing Bob Wills. And his forthcoming debut album, the release of which he’ll fête on February 20th at the Continental Club, was recorded in Dripping Springs. But Jasper’s sound pulls from all over the South: sumptuous Stax-style horns, scorching slide guitar solos à la Stevie Ray Vaughan and a splash of outlaw country that’s surely a nod to good friend Shooter Jennings. “If it wasn’t for Shooter,” Jasper says in recent press materials, “I would still be trying to decide if I was country or rock ‘n’ roll.” Thank the Lord he decided to embrace them both. ”


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