Summer Breeze | An Evening Of Jazz
Friday, July 19, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
Join Us In Celebrating Our 5th Year Anniversary of Helping Keep Homeless Veterans Off The Streets of Metro-Atlanta
Silent Auction | Appetizers & Open Cash Bar | Live Jazz
VEO of Georgia Welcomes Jason Bitten & Friends, Our Jazz Band for The Evening....
“Bitten's seasoned, immaculate soprano sax over hymns, modern worship and inspirational pop sounds like anything but a new guy. As small as the instrumental gospel club is, there's a need for fresh names, but Bitten's abilities are a total amazement. ”
— Amy Bartlett, Rhapsody Music
Preview Jason's Music
About Jason Bitten:
A native of Birmingham, Alabama - Jason Bitten started playing the saxophone at the age of 12, oblivious to the journey that he was about to embark on.
In 2002, Jason independently released his first CD “At Midnight”. He quickly became a sought after musician, accompanying and opening for Artists such as; Smokie Norful, Donnie McClurkin, and Micah Stampley. He has ministered at conferences, churches and jazz festivals in the United Kingdom, Caribbean Islands and throughout the United States. He appeared on the HGTV documentary Ebenezer Baptist Church "A Salute to Preservation" which featured the late Mrs. Coretta Scott King and was a guest performer for Vernon Jordan Jr. Book signing premiere "Vernon Can Read". Jason was also the recipient of the 2004 Urban Gospel “Best Jazz Album of the Year”
A recipient of numerous community humanitarian awards, Jason believes in impacting his community. He visits local schools inspiring students to pursue their dreams. He and his wife, Erica established the Bitten Dream Foundation, an organization that provides mini scholarships to local students.
When & Where
Veterans Empowerment Organization Of Georgia
We accept homeless veterans from the streets of Atlanta into our Unique Rapid Rehousing to Permanent Housing Program.