In Iraq he performed frequently for his fellow troops, but for over five years after his return in 2004 he was unable to finish more than a single song despite songwriting once being his greatest joy in life. During this time, Jason struggled with his war experiences as best he could, suffering through many bouts of PTSD, depression, and self-medication. Breaking the cycle, he began to volunteer for Never Homeless, Milwaukee’s Homeless Veterans Initiative (www.neverhomeless.org). In 2009 he was interviewed for the forthcoming documentary feature film On The Bridge and was asked to record one of his original songs for the credits roll, an experience that energized him to finally begin to write songs again in earnest, and which ultimately led to Trying to Find My Way Home. In addition, he is a 2010 graduate of Cardinal-Stritch University, with a Masters degree in Religious Studies. Jason Moon has performed as a member of the following acts: The North Country Ramblers, Moon & Thacia, Drivinʼ Wheel, Moon & Lipsky, Little Mischief, The Deep Bellum Revival Band, The Great Garbonzos, Every Day Toast, The Paste Eating Elmers, and Moon ʼn Schultzy.
He has been honored to share stages with dozens of extremely talented musicians over his many years of performing. Trying to Find My Way Home is available through this website and major Internet music retailers. 2) Canadian rock singer Jason Moon is a rock singer living in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. He has a solo album Trees in Residential Neighbourhoods released in 2004. This is available for listening on CBC Radio 3. He previously performed in the rock bands Idle Thoughts and Fresh Oil Opus. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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