Monday, May 27, 2019
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20190220 Jason Whorlow HeadshotHe’s a father, husband, son and brother. Jason Whorlow, known as “The Piano Man,” has devoted his career and life to providing for his family. Jason is one of those that decided to make a living at something that he loves. The drive and sense of urgency to make a living with his piano skills reached new heights when Jason and his wife were expecting their first of two daughters. The thought of having a career in music has always been in the back of Jason’s mind but was never an actual goal until that moment.

“It was like a fire was lit under me like I had never experienced before. Knowing I was going to be a father made me feel I could accomplish anything I set my mind to,” says Jason. The only entertainment experience Jason had had up to that point was playing in church throughout high school and beyond where his father was the preacher. He worked in a factory for a few years as well as many other jobs that never could seem to fulfill him. Jason was working to live. He now lives to work.

“Nothing brings me the same kind of satisfaction and joy as putting smiles on people’s faces through my comedic interaction and performances.”

Jason now incorporates both his daughters in his shows in the Rio Grande Valley. This is a rare treat for Jason because the girls do not get to be a part of Jason’s shows around the Midwest where he will be performing for over 50 weddings this year as well as many wineries, corporate events, private parties and other events.

“People often say, ‘You’re so lucky.’ I disagree,” says Jason. Anyone can do anything they are capable of doing. It takes that first difficult, yet pivotal step to chase after a vocation you love.”

Jason feels honored to entertain alongside some the best entertainers in the country, in the Valley, and hopes to entertain Winter Texans for years to come and is so grateful for the opportunity.

Now entertaining in the Rio Grande Valley for his fourth winter season, Jason “The Piano Man” has been so popular that he was named the 2017 Small Band of the Year in the Valley Star Awards has been nominated for the same award again this year.

Jason has several shows in the Valley. Feb. 21 at Victoria Palms in Donna; Feb. 22 at Lazy Palms Ranch, Edinburg; Feb. 24 at Magic Valley, Weslaco; Feb. 25 The Inn on South Padre Island; Feb. 26 Schlitterbahn Dinner Show on South Padre Island; Feb. 27 KOA on South Padre Island; March 1 Eastgate in Harlingen; March 2 Sunshine RV in Harlingen; March 3 Big Valley in Donna; March 5 Adobe Wells in McAllen; March 6 Paradise Park, McAllen; March 7 Bentsen Palm RV, Mission; March 8 Casa Del Valle, Alamo; March 9 Bentsen Grove Resort, Palmview; March 10 Palm Shadows, Donna; March 11 Val’s Kountry Corral, Mission; March 15 at 1015 RV Park, Weslaco; and March 17 Palm Resaca in Brownsville.

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