Jason Catron isn’t your typical Nashville singer. In fact, he’s inventing a whole new genre of music, dubbed “pop-era,” described as pop-influenced classical vocals with opera roots. Jason’s music is bridging genres and generations, following the release of his first two albums, Jason Catron and Hymns. He travels frequently singing at churches and conferences, including Ruth Graham and Proverbs 31 Ministries. Jason has also made numerous media appearances, including three times on Crystal Cathedral’s Hour of Power, TCT Alive, The Dennis Swanberg Show on TBN, Bridges in Nashville, and Helpline with Morris Cerullo, among others. While often compared to Josh Groban, Jason’s influences range from well-known classical artists Andrea Bocelli, Michael Crawford and Tony Bennett, to popular Christian singers like Steve Green and Sandy Patti.