The First of Many Trainings to Come!

It is hard to describe how amazing this past weekend was with the people pictured here. Friday & Saturday, January 22 & 23, 2016 was my first official JHE Training on How to Make a Career From The Stage and it went far better than I imagined it would, according to the feedback of the incredible attendees who said it was as good as anything they’ve ever been a part of in the training world for building your business as a Speaker and/or Entertainer.  Just listen to what attendees had to say about it HERE. I can’t wait for the next one, which we are actually doing on May 27-28, 2016, and already have attendees signed up. I hope you’ll join us, as it will be transformational, educational, will allow you to cut years off the acceleration of your business success as you’ll learn my systems for running your business, CRM, marketing & follow up, message and show creation, Celebrity Creation, Mimic Masters & Mentors, Quadrant jumping, the 7-Layer DIP of Message, The Cycle of Success in Showbiz, and learn from the many mistakes I’ve made, no holds barred, as I share so many of my secrets that you will never hear
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Announcement! I Have Joined See Agency’s Roster!

We are thrilled to announce that Jason Hewlett has joined See Agency’s roster. The Entertainer “He’s the Greatest Entertainer I’ve ever seen. 10 event appearances in 8 years for my company.” – Dan Higginson, Founder & CEO, Synergy Worldwide Jason Hewlett’s Award-Winning One-Man Show will have you laughing until it hurts. His brand of intoxicatingly G-Rated Comedy, Music, Impressions, and Standing Ovations is unlike anything your audience has ever enjoyed. Over 2,000 shows for more than 1 Million audience members in his incredible corporate career make Jason’s show the event your attendees will remember for years to come. Hewlett has opened for The Temptations, Merrill Osmond, The Righteous Brothers, Rita Coolidge, Dan Tyminski, Vince Gill, America, and shared the stage with Mickey Gilley. Jason performed nightly in his hometown of Park City, UT for the 2002 Winter Olympics.  Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon committee asked Hewlett to Headline his first Nationally Televised Performance on CBS. ** Jason performs solo with Ipod or for addition fun can bring a full band. The Emcee “Jason is the Best Entertainer and Emcee in show business. He’s our secret weapon to a successful event year after year.” – Steve Scott, Founder, Max International & Creator
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My Gig With Chuck Norris

This past weekend I had the opportunity of actually sharing the stage with legendary martial artist and actor, Chuck Norris.  Yes, that’s the same Chuck Norris who was supposed to be the 5th person added to Mt. Rushmore but the granite wasn’t strong enough to handle the chiseling of his beard…. The convention was for MAX International, a direct selling company who’s products are excellent and who has embraced me as one of their own, as they’ve now had me do 3 of their conventions in the past 4 years as Master of Ceremonies (I really love clients that bring me back year after year 🙂 ), and we put on a heck of an event!   Chuck Norris is obviously a LEGEND.  I love the jokes about him as much as anyone, yet I also respect the man, the myth, the beyond belief hairy guy opposite Bruce Lee in “The Way of the Dragon”. When I heard Chuck would be at the convention, and saw MAX’s promo material inclusive of a 4-story high wall display of Chuck’s famous red beard covering the entire Abravanel Hall in downtown Salt Lake City, UT, I knew I had to do my best
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Best of State 2013 Winner

  Recently I received the 2013 Best of State award for “Individual Vocalist in the Arts & Entertainment” in the state of Utah.  I am very honored to be recognized by the committee among the many incredibly talented and more deserving singers in this amazing State of ours.  I’m positive had they simply considered only my own singing voice I would have been steamrolled, but luckily I have about 100 of the greatest singing voices of Rock n’ Roll history trying to come out all the time, so I’m assuming that was the deciding factor here. For the Gala I had the chance to present the BOSS Statue to the winner of the entire category, of which I was also a nominee.  In the video posted here you can see the performance I did (they gave me 3 minutes to pack in as many voices as I could), as well as I hope you get a laugh out of the winner being announced and the very long delay before they take the stage, which allowed me time to do more shtick.   This is why I enjoy being an Emcee for events like these – killing time in front of important
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New Show by Jason Hewlett

Hello Friends! Wow it’s already MARCH, crazy how quickly time flies when you’re doing something you’re passionate about. Many have asked, “ARE YOU RETIRED?” The Answer is: NOOOOOO! I am still performing at corporate, association, and private events WORLDWIDE and loving it. I hope you’ll pass my name along to your event planning associates in your workplace or elsewhere (however my engagements are extremely limited to see me at a concert hall or amphitheater near you, perhaps that will change someday though, you never know). Here is a LINK to my WEBSITE: http://jasonhewletttheentertainer.com In the meantime I want you to know that I have added many NEW ACTS TO MY SHOW, so if you haven’t seen me in over a year it may be time to have me return to your event! Additions include: YOUNG CROWD: Maroon 5’s “Moves Like Jagger/Grocery Bagger”, Bruno Mars (“Buy Lemonade from ya”), Coldplay (still testing between “Pair of Flies” and “Parasites”), Nicki Minaj, Gotye (“Now I’m just a loser with an old iPhone…”), Justin Beiber, Black Eyed Peas, Mumford & Sons, Fun, Adele (“Rolling in my Sleep”), Taylor Swift (from the ex-boyfriends perspective) and many others. 80’s FANS: The Police, Cyndi Lauper, a bunch
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Weighing The Scales

          Since I married the woman of my dreams over a decade ago my life has been wonderful.  The only thing I can think of that hasn’t been ideal has been my out of control weight issues.  As I fluctuate between 190 and 220, I have been paranoid about this problem, not so much health-wise, since I always test out as very healthy, but since I am sort of in the public eye it makes things interesting, to say the least.   At the beginning of our marriage in 2001, when I was impersonating Ricky Martin for the Las Vegas Legends In Concert, I was told I needed to get down to 170.  I starved myself trying to get down, worked out 3 hours per day, including performing twice a day.  I did anything I could, to the detriment of my health, to “look the part” on stage, since that was my job.  I eventually got down to a very unhealthy 180 and felt (and looked) gaunt and sickly.  If you’ve followed my career you know I left that company and haven’t been back, for more reasons than just that, but that is showbiz for you.
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