Press - Jason Didner

Recent Features:

The Mixtape #5 by We Distribute
“Salt and Sand” is included in this edition.

- Sean Tilley

Jason Didner's “Too Many Tabs Open”: A Musical Mirror to the Overloaded Digital Era
- Stefani M.C. Janelli, The Mic

Reaction video to PAAA
- Andy Aster, Indie is In 

PAAA included in “Visual Sound: Issue 24” roundup
- Mike Greenblatt, The Jersey Sound

“Digital Carnival” is Makin Waves Song of the Week
- New Jersey Stage

Rockin' Rich Lynch Interviews me.
Plus, I review his latest track.

The Melting Pat Podcast, Episode 465. 
Pat leads a discussion of toxic comment sections and debuts my yet-to-be-released track, “Cyber Troll.”

Just Some Mustard interviews me.

 

Quotes

Through playful lyrics and catchy melodies, "Too Many Tabs Open" offers a fun yet refreshing perspective on the overwhelm of the digital age. ” - Stefani M.C. Janelli

The Mic

Humorous, catchy and pure pop to the max... Influenced by Harry Nilsson, Didner writes witty weird wonderful ditties with his wife. ” - Mike Greeblatt

The Jersey Sound

Montclair-based singer-songwriter Jason Didner becomes your cool friend quite quickly as he reveals his personal experiences through lyric and melody and (sometimes humorously) cements his likeness to you and I.” - Sean Manuel

BlowUpRadio.com, interview about 'Side Effects' album

Themes of connection, learning, growth, and love permeate the lyrics and melodies. The listener hears stories unfold that are marked by difficulty yet faced with resilience, love and humor. ” - Veronica

Plan for Mental Wellness Blog on "Side Effects" album

For those who are just beginning to understand the importance of mental health, Jason’s music will inspire a sense of curiosity to learn more about the many ways to construct a mentally healthy life.” - Veronica

Plan for Mental Wellness Blog on "Salt and Sand" album

Jason Didner's latest single, "When The Time Came", is a beautiful song about growing, changing, leaving the past behind, and finding some peace and happiness. Something we all aspire to!” - Lazlo

New Jersey Stage

Traffic in Jersey is a nightmare, but it’s a shared nightmare — that never ends. Musical funnyman Jason Didner originally dropped “You Can't Get There from Here in Jersey,” 20 years ago but it came forth again this year with a new lyric video.” - Chris Jordan

Asbury Park Press