An underdog dream from an underdog state. The product of restless feet and the need to say something. Michigander has been the toil and passion of Jason Singer since 2015. It’s being built in basements and back rooms of churches and vans without mufflers. It’s living on stages, floors, and in studios—sounding big and packing light.
Michigander (aka Jason Singer) is an indie rock act from west Michigan that has been gaining a lot of momentum after the release of his debut single “Nineties”. The song is in regular rotation on dozens of college radio stations around the country, and has been featured on official Spotify playlists including “Indie All Stars” and “Viral Hits” accumulating over half a million plays since its release. Although live shows and recordings consist of a full band, Michigander at its core is a solo project. Jason has also recorded sessions with Audiotree, Daytrotter, and So Far. In April 2017 Michigander released a new single called “Fears” which was premiered on DIY (UK) and featured on NPR’s World Cafe.