Jason Fowler released his debut project I Fall In last Friday. Fowler has lived a life that truly reflects his music—troubled to some, enviable to many and yet remarkable to most anyone who hears the soft-spoken Atlanta, Ga. native recount it. Living a rock-n-roll lifestyle eventually aused Fowler to hit rock bottom. After being kicked out of a drug dealer’s house in downtown Atlanta, he found himself homeless.  Fowler had lost his relationships with all of his family and was alone.  Here he cried out to God, “whoever you are or whatever you are I need you.”  Shortly after this revelation, Fowler checked into a rehab house in Athens, Ga. where God began to put back together all these broken pieces in his life.  With over 10 years of sobriety, Fowler is still involved in his local Celebrate Recovery.

Today, Fowler shares his story of redemption through music unveiled in the songs on I Fall In. “I Fall In is a collection of my prayers and devotions through my journey back to Christ,” says Fowler. “Through recovery, I realized that Jesus never left me; it was I who left Him.”

Produced by Billy Smiley, Fowler has recruited Leigh Nash, Will Turpin, Peter Furler, Steve Brewster, Anthony Sallee, Jillian Edwards, Blair Masters, and Jared Kneale.

Billy Smiley (of White Heart) said, “His music is awesome, and his story—his journey and what he’s been through the past 10 years to get to this point—is even more amazing!”

Fowler will be featured on the 2016 summer festival circuit performing at a number high-profile events such as Atlanta Fest, Big Ticket Festival and Soul Fest.

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