Jason & The Haymakers - Bourbonnais, Illinois

(Bourbonnais, IL, USA)

Jason & The Haymakers

Jason & The Haymakers

Jason and the Haymakers is an independent regional touring band, based out of Bourbonnais, Illinois, that has toured throughout the State and played around parts of the country in 2010. We are True, Original, Country Band that plays a mixture of original music and some of the best modern country and rock and roll music covers, that appeal to audiences of all ages.

In 2010 Jason and the Haymakers played for many events such as Country Thunder USA in Twin Lakes Wisconsin, The Taste of Chicago, Country Palooza in Grand Rapids Michigan, The Chicagoland Speedway for the NASCAR / Miller Lite Concert Series, Naperville’s Last Fling in Naperville Illinois, The Green Bay Packer’s Tailgate party at Lambeau Field in Green Bay Wisconsin, Joe’s on Weed in Chicago and many more.

We had the pleasure of playing with such Nationally Known Artists such as Montgomery Gentry, Clint Black, Kenny Chesney, Billy Currington, Luke Bryan, Jo Dee Messina, James Otto, Keith Anderson, Joe Diffie, Pat Green, Colt Ford, Cowboy Troy, Bomshel, and Fred Eaglesmith.

For 2011, Jason and the Haymakers is gearing up to travel the Country and would love to have the opportunity to perform for your Event. More information on the band including song samples, band member bios, and other information can be found at www.jhaymakers.com

For further information, or you can inquire directly to our management by e-mail at brentertainment@comcast.net

We look forward to hearing from you, and hope to be a part of your event in 2011.

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