Eclipse has some great songs on it. It'll move you and make you move. And - it'll make you think. It's more rock than country and as the name implies, Eclipse was a chance for Jason to bring something new out into the light for everyone to see and hear. You can still hear the Waylon Jennings and Chris Knight influence, but it's definitely a musical departure for Jason Marbach and Barbarossa. Jason's creed is 'I write songs to live and I live to write songs', and it's true. His lyrics are thoughtful and sometimes painful, but always interesting. Jason loves the experience of playing live. He worked for Jackson Taylor (bass & harmony vocalist) for a long while and then was an original member of Stewart Mann & The Statesboro Revue before starting his current band. Barbarossa isn't a 'new' concept for him, though. The band was actually formed years ago even while Jason was still in high school. It grew wings only after Jason had the seasoning that came with bigger ticket tour experience. There's a smooth flavor - like aged whiskey - in the music. So, it's not exactly a perfect match with some of the grittier Texas rock - and it's a long way from the Nashville 'produced' sound. Jason's sound is 'Texville' because it's somewhere in between the two. Jason is easy to find on the net. Meaning is easy to find in the Eclipse. Find Jason today.