To Reopen August 1st 2006!!!
"what to find"
Is the new official place on the internet to find out about all of Jason's music and info. Check it out!! Look for a possible new website scheme in the future as well as a hopeful release finally of "The Great Controversy".
Until the site reopens keep checking back here for more details!
Jason Hendricks - Guitars, and Orchestra Parts(keyboard/synth)
All music - Jason Hendricks
Written, Composed, Arranged, Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered -Jason Hendricks
Recorded from June 2001 - October 2001
Re-mixed and mastered - October 2002 - November 2002
All Music - Copyright 2001-2002 Jason Hendricks
Bill Jason Hendricks, born July 8th 1980. An aspiring young guitarist. Heart set on making neo-classical instrumental music. Born of two loving parents that since he was a child have given him plenty of music to fill his mind and ears and prepare for his musical upbringing to help him in the years to come. His grandparents also had a big influence in his musical development. While his father introducing him to heavy metal at a young age and classical as well. Mother introducing him to spanish style music because of her heritage. And his grandmother for being a pivitol role in the classical realm. From Vivaldi to Yngwie Malmsteen the inspirations have always been there. As well as being a 5th generation Seventh-day Adventist the realm of church music wasn't far away either.
" I've always love classical music. I've always loved Metal music. Blending the two is great and I love it. My inspirations for this come no further then Yngwie Malmsteen. The blend of Classical and metal are astounding and what I've always wanted to do. My way of doing it is different and same in many ways. I however would like to just compose strictly instrumentals. Having strarted playing at age 15 I really didn't think much of becoming a good guitarist. I just started playing cause a friend of mine was a drummer and thought it would be cool if we formed a band. I said great!! so I immediately went out got a guitar and started right away. After taking music instruction for just under a year I decided to go my own way and learn what I can. This is when I really started getting into Yngwie Malmsteen, Steve Vai, and Joe Satriani type stuff. I was blown away with their music. Never heard it before and was just awestruck. It was when I heard those 3 guitarist that I knew that I wanted to be a guitarist that made a difference. After being in 3 small bands that didn't really materialize very well I decided to go it on my own. And have been for the past several years or so. Working and composing my own material and music. Recording and playing everything. In my journey in becoming a musician I've learned that to be the best you have to challenge no one else but yourself. Worry about what you are doing and not what someone else is. Focus on your own goals and never stop til you reach them."
Check out the artist's website:
1. Flamenco De Intro
2. Andante in Em
5. Molto Alegro
6. Jason Hendricks
7. Intermezzo in Dm
8. Adagio in Gm
9. Finale in Em