Jason Dwight Campsall was born on August 27, 1970. He is know professionally as Jason McCoy. He was born in Barrie, Ontario and was raised for a time in Camrose, Alberta before his family settled in Anten Mills, Ontario
A Canadian country singer-songwriter, he has won the 2001 Male Vocalist of the Year at the Canadian Country Music Awards, 3 SOCAN Song of the Year awards, 19 CCMA nominations and 5 Juno nominations (all for Best Country Male Vocalist). He also won 6 awards at the 2004 Ontario Country Performer and Fan Association awards.
McCoy was a member of the country-rock group The Road Hammers from 2005 to 2010, which also featured musicians Clayton Bellamy and Chris Byrne, and earlier, Corbett Frasz In 2006, he was awarded with the Global Artist Award at the CMA Awards in Nashville.
On April 4, 2016, McCoy joined the “Drive Home” broadcast team of Country 101.1 out of Ottawa, Ontario as a DJ, on air from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m (with costar Nancy Stapleton. Equally comfortable behind the mic, or in front of the camera, Jason McCoy has reinvented himself time and again to become a bonafide all round ‘entertainer’. Jason continues to write and record music.