Blake Shelton's Who Are You When I'm Not Looking's like going to church, getting to see your buddies get recognition that they deserve.  This afternoon, my buddy John Wiggins and Earl Bud Lee had a #1 Party for their hit single "Who Are You When I'm Not Looking".....They are both great people and awesome writers. It was a great party.  Blake Shelton was there to celebrate...and asked everyone to finally ask the writers "What the hell does the line you paint your toes cause you bite your nails mean?"....

Congratuations...and thanks for selling the CD I'm on with "Doin That Thing We Do".....


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Jason Matthews was born in Harrell's Store, North Carolina. At fifteen he saw Eric Clapton on television and became obsessed with writing songs. 

His first industry fan, WRFX DJ Macon in Charlotte, gave Matthews' demo to legendary musical comedy team Pinkard and Bowden, who subsequently invited Matthews to be their roadie and in-house writer. After a year on the road, he settled in Nashville to pursue his dream of becoming a hit songwriter. 

In 2006, he landed his first Number One with Billy Currington's version of his song, “Must Be Doin' Something Right.” This earned him the coveted Music Row Magazine Breakthrough Writer Of The Year award and several ASCAP awards. 

In 2008, Jason released the critically acclaimed album called "Hicotine" and the single "That's What Mamas Do". 

Jason is an artist with Valhalla Music Group.