‘Don’t Go’ is a love song written for anyone who has lived, loved and lost. The song highlights the confusion faced when not understanding the reasoning behind that loss but wanting to capture a better time or provide an alternative solution. It also focuses on the need to open our vulnerabilities to those around us and those that we care about as sometimes our best attributes can also be our worst downfalls – we don’t always need to be a listener.
Jase Lansky is a Queensland based, Australian independent country-rock artist, singer and songwriter raised in the southern parts of Tasmania. He has developed his own style of country music over a number of years from performing and writing songs, and has played everywhere between Hobart and Hamilton Island, and internationally from Bali to Nashville.
Having fronted rock and contemporary bands, as well as duos throughout his musical existence, his path has taken him to the musical depths of Nashville, Tennessee where he recorded his award winning debut album ‘Rip It Up!’. Five singles from this album have been released in Australia to date, with all five enjoying Top 20 chart success both here and overseas. Four of the tracks reached Top 10 status. His first release single ‘Hella Good Time’ from his up and coming second album of the same name hit Number #1 around the country on numerous Country Charts.
Jase has won various awards for his song writing and album release and continues to examine varying styles within this chosen genre. He has performed at numerous festivals around the country, as well as live radio shows, and his music continues to grow along with his audience.