Jason Dunn talks about Hawk Nelson, Finding His Faith and New Project, Abandon Progress | Episode 34

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Today’s guest is special in more ways than one. Not only was he part of one of the most influential bands to a generation in both the Christian and and Secular markets, his poster was plastered all over the wall of my then teenage daughter’s room. My guest today is the former lead singer to Hawk Nelson and now solo artist Jason Dunn.  This is the 34th episode of On Faith’s Edge.

Proverbs 18:24 (NKJV)
“A man who has friends must himself be friendly, But there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother.”

Jason DunnJason Dunn
Singer ∙ Songwriter ∙ Rabid Consumer of Poutine
“God’s never going to give up on you but if you give up on God, the relationship can go stale”

Today, my daughter Jenna joins me in my conversation with former Hawk Nelson lead-singer, Jason Dunn.  Jason is very transparent as he talks about his time with Hawk Nelson and why he departed the band. We discuss his new project Abandon Progress. Jason talks openly about questioning his faith and coming to terms with developing his own faith in God.

Best Quote … “I want to put a wife on my smile’s face”

Checkout Jason’s favorite band, Goldfinger out of southern California. He also  loves the song Massachusetts by Silverstein.

The Greatest Thing EVER? Whistlestop’s Poutine. Check it out: whistlestoplife.com

Website: slomorecords.bigcartel.com
Jason on Facebook
Twitter: @TheJasonDunn

Promo for Jason’s Fall 2014 Tour Video

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