Jason DeCorse

Jason DeCorse

Jason DeCorse (Born January 16, 1974 in Yuma, Arizona) is of the Quechan Indian nation and is currently living in Hollywood, CA.

He is best known as one of two guitar players for the LA band The Icarus Line.

In late 2007 he began performing and recording with The Jimi Homeless Experience, a parody/rock band fronted by Josh Curtis, who also performs and records with Jason in the band Plastic Dog.

In 2003 Arista Records signed the band Lo Mass Republic, featuring Jason on guitar, to a recording contract. Their debut album was recorded in Seattle by Rick Parashar (Pearl Jam, Temple of the Dog, Alice In Chains, and Blind Melon) and mixed by Jack Joseph Puig (Weezer, Stone Temple Pilots, Black Eyed Peas, and U2) at Ocean Way but the record was never released. The band then joined forces in 2007 and hired John Travis (Kid Rock, Juliana Theory, Social Distortion) to record and produce their independent album Poisoned Heart Machines.

Since the early 1990s he is also a regular member of Greyhound Soul (fronted by Joe Pena) which has achieved critical acclaim regionally.

Jason has also performed and recorded with many other music artists, including: Kathy Valentine (of the Go-Gos), Clem Burke (of Blondie), Abby Travis (of Elastica and KMFDM), Ian Astbury (of The Cult), Motochrist, Alana Sweetwater, Jet Set, and several others.

Discography

with Greyhound Soul

with Lo Mass Republic

with Alana Sweetwater

with The Jimi Homeless Experience

with Plastic Dog

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