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Amazing Jason Welcome to the Where Are They Now? section of IPOM. So what's this all about?

Maybe you really miss Jason. Maybe you tell anyone who will listen that you wish Dave Mustaine was still in the band. Well, this is the place for you to follow what is going on in their professional and personal lives. You're probably asking what's the use of this section when you could just go to, or The answer is simple... only we can bring the special IPOM touch to it! ;) This section is also run by Anna.

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08/26/16 Jason Launches Would And Steal [link]
Jason Newstead has launched a new acoustic project with Rob Tucker entitled Would and Steal. Not much is known yet, but you can watch his interview announcing the project with Mighty Fine Guitars on Facebook.

12/01/12 Jason Launches [link]
Jason Newsted launched, the new home of his upcoming musical projects. The site features a video of him talking about the launch and what to expect.

06/05/11 Jason Joins "Supergroup" [link]
Newsted has joined WhoCares, a new band featuring the monster talents of Deep Purple's Ian Gillan and Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi, keyboardist Jon Lord, Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain, and HIM guitarist Linde Lindström. Their debut singles, "Out of My Mind" and "Holy Water" were released on May 6, 2011.

Thanks to MinusClover84

05/24/10 Interview with Newsted [link]
Jason did an interview with the Contra Costa Times on his first art exhibition, is first potential customer, and life after Metallica. Check it out here.

Thanks to Blabbermouth for the heads up.

05/16/10 Jason's First Art Exhibit [link]
An exhibit of Jason Newsted's paintings is now open at the Micaela Gallery in San Francisco. The exhibition opened to the public on Thursday, May 6th with a launch party at 5pm with Newsted in attendance. You can read the backstory at SF Weekly.

Thanks to Blabbermouth for the heads up.

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