"A singer/songwriter from Nashville with years of experience in the music industry, Jason Whitehorn has only recently released his first solo album, As Long As I Have Breath. Stylistically, the majority of the album, including Whitehorn's vocals, is very much akin to Jeremy Camp. Whitehorn's voice isn't as deep as Camp's; it's more in the tone of the voice that you can hear the resemblance. The album is worshipful in nature, with a few reimagined hymns and several songs about God making all things new and being with us at all times. The song "Where Were You?" takes the perspective of people doubting God's presence in difficult circumstances, but then turns it around in the end, speaking from God's perspective. The hymns in the middle of the album, "It Is Well" and "Nothing but the Blood," feature extra lyrics written by Whitehorn that add to the original message of the classics, no doubt making them more personal for him to have sung. Musically, As Long As I Have Breath features a mix of radio-ready contemporary and pop/rock songs, such as "As Long As I Have Breath" and "Never Alone." Interestingly, a couple of the songs incorporate an electronic/dance sound. The placement of these songs doesn't necessarily create a jarring experience from one song to the next, but it is a little odd to have included dance tracks when most of the album features absolutely no synths whatsoever. That being said, the electronic songs actually sound pretty good; I wouldn't mind hearing maybe an EP's worth of them from Whitehorn. If you've been looking for some good new contemporary pop/rock to lift up your spirits, look no further than Jason Whitehorn's As Long As I Have Breath, which is available now wherever you like to get your music."
"While a comparison to Jeremy Camp -- both vocally and stylistically -- is fairly obvious, Jason is more than just a carbon copy and is varied in his musical approach. The extreme pop sound of "All Things New" stands out in the mix as a bit different, but it's masterfully produced and stands up against any other CCM artists marking this kind of music. The very touching "Never Alone" is a song that's already seeing success on the radio and can relate to people in so many phases in their life. The encouragement that we are never alone has the ability to resonate with those facing trials, as well as those receiving blessings. While these two originals are solid in their own right, the two reworked hymns strike gold. "It is Well" -- a very popular song to cover these days -- and "Nothing But the Blood (It is Finished)" are nice renditions of the original versions, but each features an additional praise chorus inserted into the song to breathe new life into the old classics. Fans of Jeremy Camp and similar artists will find a lot to love about As Long As I Have Breath. Jason Whitehorn has a lot to offer and his songs could easily fit into today's CCM stations. You'll definitely want to give him a listen if modern CCM and worship music is your cup of tea."