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Parables Of a Southern Man
- Madison Square Garden
- The Ride
- My Kinda Woman
- All I Need
- Savior's Face
- My Kind Of Crazy
- That Ain't Love
- Cheap Romance
Original Release Date: July 2, 2021.
Produced by: Samantha Fish
Label: Wild Heart Records
Billboard: Blues Rock Album Chart #8
Jonathon Long Responds:
Thanks for the support my friends; let's keep it going, if you haven't gotten ok the new album yet, visit our store or go to WildHeartRecords.com!
Elected to Louisiana Hall of Fame.
To the one and only!!
Jonathon Long- Album Review
In wrenching the opening notes to "Bury Me", from his sleek, muscular Gibson electric guitar, Jonathon Long picks up the flag for Southern rock from Lynyrd Skynyrd and Waves it proudly. Read More
“All that I know how to do is take a pen and a sheet of paper or two, write a few words about peace and love, Louisiana and the heavens above; Bury me when I am gone, with my guitar and some cheap cologne, all that’s left is a pile of bones, remember me through the words of my song.” – Jonathon Long ‘Bury Me’
The road to Samantha Fish’s Wild Heart Records winds along the Big Muddy through Baton Rouge,
where young guitar players travel to learn from and experience the legacy left there by the
likes of Buddy Guy, Kenny Neal, Tabby Thomas, Lightnin’ Slim and so many others who fueled
that vibrant blues scene going back decades into the last century.
Eighteen years into century twenty-one, Baton Rouge born Jonathon Long has claimed his own share of that legacy. He has mined, refined and re-defined his beloved blues for over half of his 29 years. The shuffles and homages to the King’s and Collins’s, along with his mastery of the red Gibson, have evolved into what will certainly be a milestone in that legacy, his third album, titled simply ‘Jonathon Long’. Read The Bio Here