bios, definitions, kudos, ramblings, etc…
jonathan sanson trio: piano/vocals, drums & bass
straight ahead jazz with vocals: swing, latin, blues, etc.
a tasty blend of frank, miles, nat king cole, harry connick jr., ray charles, thelonious monk, et.al.
deep cut daddies: piano/vocals, bass/vocals, guitar/vocals & drums/vocals
playing the broadest mix of deep cuts and popular hits by artists such as the Allman Brothers, Little Feat, Steely Dan, Willie Nelson, George Strait, Dwight Yoakam, Pink Floyd, Bill Withers, Elton John, Robert Palmer, David Bowie, The Spinners, James Brown, The Beatles, ZZ Top, War, Herbie Hancock, Miles Davis, The Police, Stevie Wonder, Roger Miller, the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Todd Rundgren, Joe Cocker, John Mayer, Lowell George and many more…
plus a ton of big hits and party tunes by the O’Jays, Marvin Gaye, ZZ Top, Al Green, Sly & the Family Stone, James Brown, etc. and also featuring a slew of one hit wonders like Expressway to Your Heart by the Soul Survivors, Gimme Little Sign by Brenton Wood, Come and Get Your Love by Redbone, It’s a Shame by the Spinners, Keep on Smilin’ by Wet Willie, Too Late to Turn Back Now by Cornelius Brothers 7 Sister Rose and many more.
kronik d’bop/jonny’s little evil twin/jonny rockit & his jazztronauts
kickin’ piano trio playing an eclectic selection of jazz/blues/pop/cartoon songs and originals
featuring music by: elton john, billy joel, joe cocker, bill withers, willie nelson, van morrison, steely dan, otis redding, sly & the family stone, bob marley & the wailers, james taylor, pink floyd, hank williams sr., supertramp, living colour, tears for fears, the allman brothers band, al green, terrence trent d’arby, marvin gaye and many others…
“How refreshing to hear such great playing … tasty and musical … vocals are on the money … Great Music!”
Multiple Platinum Album and Grammy Award Winning Record Producer,
Rob Chiarelli, www.finalmix.com
— I’ve been playing for a long time, and it’s still a blast.–
husband, dad, musician, artist
My core musical beliefs:
- Always play & musically say something new.
- Never give less than 100% on the gig.
- Two people listening are just as important as two thousand.
John Waldrop, reveiwer for the MetroWest Daily News noted,
“Jonathan Sanson … the pianist … is hot.”
music: best when served live