Two-time Juno-nominee and Canadian Reggae Music Award winnert JASON WILSON is one of the most important men in Canadian reggae history. Pegged by the Canadian media as a “reggae-visionary”, Wilson has recorded and performed with some of the world’s biggest reggae acts including UB40, Jackie Mittoo, Brinsley Forde of Aswad, Ernest Ranglin, Willi Williams, Sly & Robbie and many others. An award-winning author (Lord Stanley: The Man Behind the Cup, Fenn Publishing 2006), Wilson has also worked outside the reggae world including collaborations with Alanis Morissette, Percy Sledge and The Mighty Sparrow. No other Canadian reggae artist has toured as much as Jason Wilson in the past ten years and after feature documentaries on CBC Television (THE NATIONAL with Peter Mansbridge) and BBC radio in England (Lively Up Yourself Documentary), this Toronto-born Scottish-Canadian is only now being recognized for his role as a reggae ambassador. In 2007, Wilson was presented The Karl Mullings Memorial Award for commitment to reggae in Canada and this year won a national Doctoral Fellowship for his PhD study in Canadian History at the University of Guelph. Jason is now in the studio recording a full-length album with Dave Swarbrick entitled: THE LION RAMPANT (2010).