Atlanta-based Southern rock singer Jason Fowler has released his second album, I Fall In. Recorded in Nashville with producer Billy Smiley (formerly of the Christian band White Heart), the album features guests including Nashville-based Christian folk-rock musician Jillian Edwards, and vocalist Leigh Nash of Sixpence None the Richer.
Fowler is the former guitarist/vocalist of onetime Atlanta rock band Ultraphonic, who underwent a disappointing experience in the late ‘90s and early ‘00s, winning a record contract in a contest but seeing the label subsequently fold before the album could be released. After that setback, Fowler descended into a period of heavy drinking and drug intake before checking into an Athens-based Christian rehab facility called The Healing Place. Now a devout Christian (Fowler is the worship leader at Refuge City Church in Atlanta), he has re-entered the music world with a more positive (and healthy) outlook. His first solo album, Letters From the Inside, was released in 2014.
Fowler’s next live concert in Georgia will be at McDonough’s Turning Point Church on Friday, June 10th. Will Turpin (Collective Soul) will also perform during what is advertised as “a night of worship.”