Jason Narducy

Jason V. Narducy (born February 10, 1971) is an American musician from Evanston, Illinois. After receiving his first guitar at the age of nine Narducy started his music career, playing guitar and writing songs for his punk rock band, Verboten, featured in the documentary You Weren’t There. After college, he formed an acoustic duo with cellist Alison Chesley called Jason & Alison. They released the full-length record Woodshed in 1994. Jason & Alison became a four-piece rock band called Verbow in 1996, adding drums and bass. Narducy was lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter on Verbow’s two full-length records released on Epic Records, Chronicles (1997) and White Out (2000). In 1999, Narducy sang a duet with jazz singer/pianist Patricia Barber on her Blue Note Records debut, Companion. In 2000, Narducy sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" at a Chicago Bulls game. Verbow went on hiatus in 2002. Narducy formed the band Rockets Over Sweden which released an EP in 2004 titled Penny Coliseum. Verbow celebrated the release of Live At Schubas in 2010 with a sold-out reunion show in Chicago. In 2005, Narducy began touring with Bob Mould (Hüsker Dü, Sugar) as bassist and backing vocalist.


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